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... Rafaelle told me he would like to give some nice cake (in a lilting Italian accent). I initially declined but he insisted and he chatted with me while I had a small lovely treat and we shared a non-alcoholic drink. Just as we were finishing up Taylor walked in and was able to have some too. Rafaelle said that sweets are good for your heart. I agree - they make me happy!! That's the end of the day. We were tired but ...
... Ken was a bit subdued and we couldn't make head or tail of his directions to the mountain. I think we just freak out with driving and all other skills and common sense switch off.
Went off the wrong exit but still found signs to the mountain, the roads were big enough for a small car one way, but again we were confronted with oncoming traffic, blind corners, not the way we wanted our morning to start.
We found the ...
... we lost one of the couples—Joe searched but when he couldn't find them we had to move on. Turns out they got the meeting time wrong by an hour—oops! They ended up taking the train later in the day to meet up with us in Sorrento.
Next we headed for Pompeii. We had a really good guide that took us through the sites—it was an extensive tour, probably 1 ½ hours or more. Before we started the tour there was a little time to ...
... he decided to go 140 kmph while weaving in and out of cars. Needless to say, we were all holding on for our lives. He also enjoyed honking at cars during this entire ride.
Once we were off of the toll road, we began making the drive up the mountain. This consisted of a number of sharp curves where drivers are unable to see if cars are coming in the opposite direction. This did not deter our driver, and he drove as fast as possible while not really ...
... we are, our walk continues. There is a small place selling pizza and items from a counter right on the street so we check it out. 1 Euro is all I need to see, so we order a fried pizza folded over and filled with ricotta and a large potato croquet which increases our bill to 1.50. Then we stand near an alley and eat them. Molto Bene and oh so filling. We pass a small shrine to Diego Maradona. The shrine is not for his sainthood, but rather for his talents in the game of soccer. ...