Hotel Palazzo Guardati
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... Neither was trying to fit 2 bodies plus 4 bags onto a train in peak hour.
What you're thinking now is what we were thinking then..."is this story ever going to end?"
Luckily for us Tamara had informed me the train to Sorrento is only 20 minutes so we decided not to push for seats but to stand, protectively over our luggage in the carriage doorway. When we arrived at Sorrento (75 minutes later) we were ...
... Airport, I was a bit confused at first as to where to go to check in to get my boarding pass, found the board that had a number corresponding to the place where you go, regarding which ever airline you are looking for. Only a couple of people ahead of me so not long to wait which was nice, they tell you which gate to go to, find my way in that general direction and find a LOOOONNNGGG line to security, get through that, then a looonngg line for ...
... to to continue on to the city of Amalfi but time passes so quickly here. We catch a bus back to Sorrento, the train back to Meta and end our day at Ninuccio's Restaurant that Luigi recommended. This beautiful pine tree greets us on our walk down to Covent Garden (named after a neighborhood in London). The Garden has become our nightly hangout! I've nicknamed it "Dona's Tree"! Our night light on the way home is the cathedral on top of our street. Buona ...
... no planned tours.
Jim and Ruth joined Julianne, Ian and ourselves for dinner at the Patio Grill tonight and plans have been made to have dinner at Restaurant 2 with them on the last night.
Need to get to bed since the captain is going to spend ½ hour around Stromboli at 5am tomorrow morning so we can catch the volcano’s eruption. It apparently erupts every 20 minutes or so and against the dawn sky should be spectacular.
Sara picked me up from the train station. I didn't pay attention to what she looked like, but my intuitive dog realized that she was the person who we were looking for and greeted her with some wiggles.
She lives with her parents, who don’t speak much English, in a nice sized townhouse, with an older smaller dog. Her mother had cooked dinner, and I tried to eat as much as I could. I have lost my appetite and there was a ridiculous amount of salt.
After, Sara took ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool