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... side setting. After stopping in Piazza Tasso, the main piazza, for a beer and street watching we wandered down through the narrow streets to Cliffside Square to see the view of Marina Piccola and the Bay of Naples. We noted the stairs down, but also the elevator you can take for €1. Gary has an objective of swimming in the Mediterranean, maybe here, maybe Sicily.
Back up for dinner on a street about 12 ...
... talking to some other travellers from the States and England.
Sorrento is lovely. We had a wander around the town and coast line which is very pretty. It started to rain and we ducked into an archway and stumbled upon a wedding in this courtyard area. String quartet playing as well! There are no real beaches here but rather jetties with beach chairs and umbrellas lined up along them. Very strange.
Sorrento is famous for ...
... has the upper hand.
Ok, now onto our Amalfi adventure. The first night in Sorrento we, with the help of Trip Advisor, found a kebab restaurant in town to have dinner. After having pasta and pizza every day for 12 days I was ready for something different. We happend to be sat at the same small table as a couple of other Americans and we swapped travel stories over dinner. They shared that they had just spent the day in a rented boat touring around the coast ...
... I mean, what local takes pictures of the cobblestone streets or the oranges and lemons and clovers in the "giardinis?" What Italian is in awe at every single historic church and building in sight, or flinches as every scooter zooms by on whichever side of the road that driver feels like being on in that moment?
Probably the most obvious touristy thing I have been doing is taking an absurd ...
Headed off early to do the drive along the Amalfi coast - really narrow road - lots of buses and shher drop on one side made for an interesting morning. Wasn't too bad though as most of the tight corners were mirrored so you didn't get caught up ...