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... but the one that we wanted to try, since Rick Steves recommended it, was closed. For dinner, we went up to the Hilton Executive Club for drinks and oer d'oeuvres and ended up splitting another sandwich since we could order from a limited menu there.
We have had good service at the hotel, the Hilton Sorrento Palace. The room is just okay, but has a nice balcony with ...
Bonjourno and welcome to the next instalment.
First thing in to note - wifi is not very easy to access on the Amalfi Coast.
Analfi Coast - what an amazing place. The castaways have certainly been shipwrecked in the best places.
Thursday we had the inaugural International Luncheon Committee. This was where the castaways met another two friends who joined us for the festivities. This special lunch was held at ...
... which was actually very pretty in a manicured Italian way.
Back at the house, we enjoyed the afternoon sunshine and a delicious BBQ courtesy of Mr Smith, then set the alarm for 6.30am for tomorrow’s outing to Capri, an early start but we’re sure will be worth the painful rise!
Oh, before we go we did find out about the ‘gunfire’ and it was actually just fireworks ...
Today was a perfect day. The boys slept in, did some homework and blogging, and played games. We wandered around Sorrento's market area, curving roads and stairways that led to the water and took a touristy train ride about the town. We spent some time sitting by the ocean and watching the waves, boats, schools of little fish swimming by and the Italian men gearing up for a scuba excursion (oh, wait that was just ...
... to create their own summer haven. Unfortunately the weather was far from a summers day and although there were a handful of brave souls splashing about, we were not going to be amongst them.
Further back from the shoreline we discovered 'The Old Mill' a magical little rundown mill in the centre of the town, overgrown with lush green vines and home to what I imagine would be Disney's Snow White style blue birds singing a sweet melody. The staircase down has long ...