Albergo La Vigna
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We took a ferry over to Procida in the morning, as it was supposed to be a cute little island with a neat town. We walked and walked and finally found a (terrible) restaurant for lunch in a deserted port across the island. Nothing redeeming about the views on our ...
... the bus timetables - our advice - throw them away, they mean nothing!
We enjoyed a refreshing shower, and a rather wonderful dinner down on the main square. I had the best tortellini and Bec the most divine cannelloni washed down with quality wines. Wandering down the main street at 9:30pm in shorts and t-shirts, this town is alive and happening.
Our thought's on our day - Stick with the beach, leave the mountains to the goats!
... area of Sorrento, the region seems much poorer and dirtier than our prior destinations. Driving to Pompeii one sees small stray dogs darting in and out of traffic, garbage on the side of the road, and run-down buildings. On the other hand this area has some of the friendliest people that we have met so far. The food, drinks and landscape are all so vibrant that we would certainly come back again (but for longer next time).
hour to burn, so a small portion of the group, including me, went for a walk
with our guide. She took us through some side streets where we made it to this
garden. We had to pay 1 euro to get in, but it was worth it. To get the full
effect of it, you have to see it with your own eyes. I sat there on some seats
just looking at the view for ages, just taking it all in. I was kinda sad ...
... a huge serving of pasta with tuna, chilli, tomato and olives I watch the lighting of the candles and the fire dancing show. It is indeed spectacular, so I'm pleased that I did get to view this, as it only has a few nights left.
Patricia (who manages Casa Privata) and I have planned to awake early tomorrow, 4.45, and walk the Sentiero degli dei (Path of the Gods). So I set alarm and mentally prepare myself for the zillions of steps!!