Hotel Santa Lucia
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... a bit wrecked. So much for an easy day.
We relax but are all starved so we plan to go out early for dinner. At about 6.00, very early for these parts) we head down to the square. We plan to go to our favourite one for the week and it is unanimously Bar Antares. We enjoy our meal and have fun with Marcello the owner/waiter again. We all head home pretty tired.
A great way to end our time on the Amalfi Coast!!
... than planned. Once there Dianne sees the sheer number of souvenir shops and temporarily breaks down. It is only a temporary thing though as she steels herself. She has money to spend and she will spend it! The alleyways and narrow streets of Sorrento beckon so away we go.
Two streets and innumerable shops later, the purchases mount. I had assured our crew that the best place to buy a lot of things was Sorrento and they see it is now true. Even ...
... swim and head back over the road quite happy.
We have dinner at a small family run restaurant La Ricetta, which proves to be really nice. The owner/chef makes herself known and speaks English so makes something special for the kids. Great desserts too, we really enjoy our meal and Dianne gets to taste Limoncello for the first time. An instant fan!
All in all, another good travel day with little problem however the roads here will prove to be a real challenge for ...
... place being able to see the way the people lived 1000 years ago, and they were as civilised as we are now or more so, music theatre, an open air gym with separate changing rooms lockers and all, attached to hot steam room, cool down room and plunge pool. Many restaurants/taverns the red light district.... The directions to these where marked in the cobble stones imagine Mickey Mouse ears but with an oblong head LOL. And of ...
... century. They estimate that the eruption lasted between19-24 hours. Initially they believed that the people died from suffocation due to the ash, but they know now that most people died instantly from thermal shock as the temperature from the eruption reached 900 degrees F. The most sobering sites are the places where there are plaster casts of the people in the position that they were found in when the volcano erupted.