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As we sadly leave Rome, Stefano from the hotel books us a cab, and by the tine he had carried our bags down to the front door, the cab was there, waiting! Bob actually said that the cab was so quick that it arrived BEFORE we booked it! We look forward to the last leg of our Italy trip, and know we will return to the magic of Venezia, Firenze e Roma, (the italian language makes ours sound so deadpan !) and but also as important ...
... just don't want to participate in this century really let alone this decade. Today I caught the circumvesuviana train back to Pompeii and then a 4wd bus through some pretty ugly parts of Pompeii and the outer suburbs of Naples to Mt Vesuvius. The last part of the bus ride was through a rather nice part of Naples. Heading up the mountain there were lots of ...
... put forth, no rolling of the eyes in a "here comes another darn American" reaction. They seem excited when we make our timid attempts at their language as did Domenico at the San Domenico Monastery high atop of the Path of the Gods trail, or Paulo the artist in the 14th century tower in front of Praiano or Margherita and Salvatore in the sensational ceramic store in Ravello. What a fun way to connect with people.
Arrivederci Amalfi - Bon Jour Provence!
This was our last day in Positano and Rena had one more activity to tick off her bucket list; the 'Sentiero degli dei' (path of the gods), which is a goat track turned tourist walk between Nocelle high above Positano and Bomerano, high above Praiano.
We were up early for us to catch the Bus to Nocelle. The time always seems to disappear before a scheduled departure and before we knew it we were rushing out the door to the bus stop, 50m from our villa where we waited ...
... from the top through a little step path (so many steps), and enjoyed the wonderful views of the stacked houses. After a quick tour of the town, we hot footed our way to the beach as it was SOOO hot (yet again). Most of the tourists had set themselves up at the main beach which was a mixture of pebbles and gravel... not very nice. However we knew there was another beach just a short walk around the corner, which was obviously a well kept secret, as the free area ...