Hotel del Corso
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... drop down, either directly by steps or via a cobbled windy road.
The narrow streets were full of small shops and we had a meander before returning to the main square for a spot of people watching, as we stopped for a couple of drinks before dinner to take in the atmosphere.
Dinner was the Lonely Plant recommended Buffalo Inn, which was a bit off the beaten track but worth it for the lovely cured buffalo meats and some great pasta and gnocchi.
... up to the next terrace. Ravello seemed almost at cloud level perched on the side of the mountain. It is well known for being the destination for many artists and writers, including Richard Wagner. For us it had a wonderful open piazza, views it seemed to stretch to eternity and quite a manageable number of folks like us. We are not finished our trip yet but so far for me lunch at Cumpa ...
... the coast from the ocean. We got to have a quick swim stop along the Amalfi coast before heading back. We still had an hour before we had to get back onto the bus so I took the liberty of getting an haircut from an Italian barber.....lets just say it was interesting and at least he didn't light my hair on fire.
As we made our way through the mountains and ...
After our trip back to Sorrento on our ferry, we decided to stay in town for dinner. We had a yummy meal from another Rick Steves recommendation. We went from there to a new Gelateria with a huge selection of choices. Lots of new ones we hadn't seen before. After dessert we walk to a look out of the coastline with the sun setting on the water. We had our best views of Mt Vesuvius and the sky was amazing. A great way to end a beautiful ...
... in an attempt to drag it all out somewhat and had been successful to a degree, but it still passed all quite quickly and before long they had whipped away all our plates and presented us with an array of Pasta. There was a share plate plus one dish of Fuseli with mozzarella, mushroom and zucchini. The share plate had on it some gnocchi, some ravioli (filled with ricotta) and a pork/mozzarella cannelloni. Mum and I loved the Fuseli and Steven loved the Gnocchi. ...