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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was delicious but I certainly could not eat it all. They fillet the fish off the bones in front of you. The fish dish was only $15 euro. After dinner we wondered around Sorrento and their markets. Limoncello everywhere. I will have to buy some. We are staying at a little b&b called villa elisa. It's a very quaint, gorgeous b&b. The location is fantastic. Tomorrow now today (as my blog is late!!!) We are visiting the almafi ...
Pompeii and Capri.
6.30 alarm. Stretches, packed up, checked about ferries but no news initially, breakfast and check out. Pompeii was the target for the day.
Circumvesuviana train to Pompeii.
We could leave our bags at the hostel for the day and they'd tell us if the ferries were running when we got back. 10 minute walk to the train station and return tickets bought. €2.20 each section, the tickets last 100 minutes. We ...
... bruschetta (tomato, bread, and balsamic into a very delicious appetizer). The second course was croquets, (fried potato that was breaded) and rice balls. After the first two courses, we were stuffed, not even knowing that there were three more courses to come. The next, were bowls of oysters that no one was particularly fond of except for my grandmother. She ate everyone's oysters except for her husbands. (My grandfather). Then we had the course of salad. It was in ...
... 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 ...
... an amazing place! One of the first things we saw on the way down to the site were the boat sheds where they had discovered over 200 people who had sheltered there from the volcano. There were so many skeletons there. This was also where the coastline ended but after the eruption the coastline goes another km or so. We explored the houses some are so intact with beautiful frescoes on the walls and mosaic floors. Hard to believe these buildings are over 2000 years ...