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... we could take in the cliffs, scattered towns and caves in the limestone cliffs. We stopped in the middle of a set of three, jagged rock islands, providing an opportunity for a swim. The water was warm and clear. Underway again, we reached the end of the Amalfi peninsula in 10 minutes and crossed the strait to Capri. A fair bit of traffic was on the water - ferries, immense cruisers, tour ...
... really frozen in time. But we only saw a few casts in one area. The place is huge and we spent about an hour and a half wandering through the streets.
We had a reserved train from Naples to Rome at 1:30pm so we had to be sure to be on a train from Pompei that would get us to Naples on time. Again, the train was packed and we had to stand with our luggage. At one point a male gypsy with two little boys got on. They had an old amplifier on wheels, the man had ...
... their garden complimented by the wine they make. No plans for Paul and I, just pack up to get ready for our 5:30 am departure. The porters will come for our bags and then we will walk up to the street level to meet our driver, who will take us to the train station in Naples to catch our train to Venice, while Kathy and Marilyn head to Rome All parts of our trip have been wonderful, but this place holds a special place in my heart. See you in Venice Hugs and love ...
... back we sailed around the rest of the island and saw the white grotto and the natural rock arch and then sailed back to Lubrense. Even though the crossing on the way back was more rough than going over Jared was fine. Had spag Bol that Bhups made for dinner and then walked into Sant agnello in the evening. There wasn't too much going on it 's much quitter than Sorrento. Bhups and I had a cappuccino and the boys had an ice lolly at a bar in the main ...
... where your eyes wondered we could take in all these views from our apartment.
The scenery inspired Georgia to spend hours sketching the landscape, while Emme and Mia happily filled in their travel journal.......amazing how Italy brings out the artist and writers in us all.
We decided to head to Ravello for a quick visit, caught the local bus. We have so much admiration for those bus drivers, the narrow winding roads often only left centimetres between ...
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