Hotel del Corso
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... and need to be orgainised tomorrow to head off to Venice.
We had just gotten to sleep when our travel agent phoned to tell us that Easy Jet was having a strike tomorrow, just at the time we were due to fly out, so our plans have changed. We will be catching a train to Venice from Napoli. It will take five hours, so we will see a little more of this beautiful country, and you certainly won't hear any complaints from me because I missed out on a plane flight!
Day 20 Torna a Sorrento
This is our second visit to Sorrento. The first was twenty years ago. We were enchanted then, and are even more enchanted this time around.
We take the shabby slow train from Roma Termini to Napoli Centrale, where we change to the even shabbier Circumvesuviana commuter railway. It's crowded and Cesar and I stand alongside our bevy of suitcases in a small space by the ...
This weekend I went on my last weekend trip of my semester and most likely the last new place I will visit during my time in Italy. It did not disappoint.
Italy's Amalfi Coast is a collection of coastal towns along southern Italy, about a half an hour south of Naples. We stayed in Sorrento, but we visited Capri Island, Positano and Pompeii.
On Friday we took a day trip to the Island of Capri. Immediately after arrival we took a boat tour ...
... painted in the bottom right hand corner with donkey ears and a snake curled around him and attacking his genitals. He was positioned in the "hell" corner. When he appealed to the pope , the pope said he couldn't do anything for him in hell. Nevertheless, clothes were eventually painted on , not by Michaelangelo ( in his 80's now) but by another painter. The clothes even look like they were added on! The Sistine Chapel was smaller than I'd imagined. ...
... coloured building set on steep hills by the beach. We ambled about, spent time on the stoney beach and then had some lunch in a cafe and watched the Moto GP and Formula 3000 racing. We caught the ferry back to Amalfi at around 3pm, picked up he regulation icecream, veged out and then had some take away up on the terrace. A very relaxing day in the sun ...