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... of steps down. Stunning views but lots of work. Our second hike involved a hair raising local bus ride up to another steep town, a walk westward through forest , clinging to a cliff, over a couple of fast running streams to another hill town and then another 800 stairs down. Moving westward the third day we climbed up ...another path...and then down another gorge via Path of the Mad Bat, another climb up and taking Path of the Agave, we landed in ...
... minutes as our host had explained.
The centre of town is charming, though packed with tourists. We look over the railing at the edge of the plaza and see the deep canyon extending to the Bayside. This is Marina Piccola, where the ferries to Capri leave. There is a steep flight of steps leading down to the waterfront. It is a lovely harbour with stunning views back towards the towering cliffs ...
... day on the beach. The sun was come and go, but it was generally a nice afternoon at a beautiful location.
On Sunday, we made our last stop in Pompeii. Pompeii was founded in 600 BC and served as an important Roman port town. in 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius, which sits about three miles outside of the city, erupted, burying the city in dirt and ash. It is because if this burial that, in the 1700's, archaeologists found a perfectly preserved Roman city underneath the earth. ...
Today's excursion - Sorrento to Amalfi.
Listening to the advice of many, we opted to take the public bus from Sorrento to Amalfi.
The day was a balmy 12 degrees. We all ditched our thermals. I felt so light. Tess was talking about going swimming. We couldn't convince her that if she was at home this would feel like a winters day.The sun was out, she felt warm = swimming weather!
We ate breakfast while enjoying the views ...
... Everywhere you look you say `gosh there`s another lemon!` Lemoncello is also everywhere- this is a lemon favoured liqueur of a round 50% alcohol.
Friday was our 'ruins' day. We started by visiting Herculaneum which was also covered by the 79AD eruption of Mt Vesuvius but is less known and visited. It is a smaller version of Pompeii but the ruins are better preserved and the tourists were less. The houses were big and many had ...