Hotel Villa Albani
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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1147. Going to Mass to Escape the Rain (Italy 124) Scafati, December 25, 2011 Day 063: 4 hours, 8.0 kms First thing I have to do is backtrack west towards Scafati to reconnect with my hike there two days ago. I approach the town as day is dawning—and the rain starts coming down again. This time, instead of a train station, I opt for a church for shelter—just as the pews are filling up for Christmas morning mass. Mostly old people, as would be ...
NO I DONT WANNA GO -—-—-—-—-— ;-—-—-— 4am ticked along and up we were to get ourselves to airport ready for our 6am flight to Rome. Giuseppe being our taxi man, pleasantly took us to the airport and then he waited the whole time to wave us off - I remember just before boarding seeing his silhouette in the distance waving away... Such a lovely guy :) From the flight leaving ...
... and by now [5.30 pm], it was dark. A long day which was not yet over. We now had to find the small street and the directions that we had received from our new landlady indicated that road works in the town had blocked off a number of roads. Because Carla could not see the target road, out came the iPhone and Ipad to see if they could help. After a further 20 minutes of “trial and error” – actually, a reasonably ...
... and am not sure if Athens was cleaner or if I'm just regaining my sense of smell. I'm not feeling very adventurous lugging my pack around, and retreat early to the train station to wait, watch pigeons, and inhale more cigarette smoke. The train is a nice surprise when it arrives. Clean and air conditioned with assigned seating around little tables (and I see a sign for toilets). My luggage goes in a cubby up the front, while I consider that the people who ride ...
... back on the boat.
Headed towards the Blue grotto, where shane and I paid 35euro to lie down in a little boat to get through a tiny gap in the rock into the blue grotto, where the water was an amazing azure blue colour. Was pretty scary, the guy rowing the boat had to time it right so we didnt get smashed into the rocks. Cos we paid extra we got to go for a swim, which was pretty awesome.
Headed back to SOrrento for dinner at the campsite and an early night .