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As a part of my study abroad program, I spent a weekend on the Bay of Naples, staying in the beautiful vacation city of Sorrento. On Friday, I arrived in the city and had a chance to explore. It is absolutely beautiful there and I loved walking along the shore and staring across the bay at Mount Vesuvius, swathed in cloud. The …
... with another one on tomorrow night.
But guests still able to get food and/or drink. Food is actually really good but don't plan to eat here every night.
Turns out today was a public holiday - apart from supermarket not being open as expected then luckily no effect on what I did today. Have checked and no others in November so no more surprises.
... L. There were a few plaster molds of the human remains that were found here. It was pretty eerie to see their faces. It was haunting, and also pretty neat, to see Vesuvius off in the distance behind the ruins.
We retrieved our luggage and hopped back on a much more comfortable train (less crowded and had air conditioning). We arrived in Sorrento and used the GPS on Kyle’s phone to navigate to our ...
... Limoncello out in our garden (the beers were €0.99 per bottle in the supermarket!) while we watched the resident stray kittens playing.
Later we had dinner at the campsite restaurant overlooking the bay of Naples (which looks very pretty from far away) with Mount Vesuvius looming over like an oversized Rangitoto Island.
An awesome last day for this part of the ...
Day 063: 5 hours, 6.0 kms, Day: 29.0 kms
After Nocera Superiore, it feels like the road is gradually climbing higher and higher… which means colder and colder… and daylight is fading fast. But there are positive signs: a lot or roadside businesses which signal that I must be approaching a major town… and the sunset is beautiful, as the red colored clouds blend contrast with the dark ...