Hotel Zi Teresa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... guide, Salvatore, walked us down to the row of cafes and shops on the edge of the sea, gave us a meeting place and time, pointed out where to buy espresso and gelato and where to find the toilets, and left us on our own for almost two hours. That was much more shopping time than I cared for so we bought espresso and sat to watch the surf come in. When it seemed like we had been in the cafe long enough, we started our slow climb ...
... a couple of hours resting on the concrete - preparing ourselves for the walk back up the stairs!!
lunch was next and then the walk home - upwards and more steps. You would never need to visit a gum if you lived here.
Last night we joined the locals in their festivities. There was a dilemma along the way as Thurston thought we should catch the bus to the town instead of the 10 minute walk. The bus took 20 minutes and ...
... almost imperceptible; you don't even notice you are going that fast as you survey the scenery outside the window. The trip from Rome to Napoli is about an hour, and with a snack served to us by the train stewards to break up the time, the trip goes by quick.
Much of the trip to Italy is something I meticulously pre-planned or purchased months ago, and things have been pretty smooth thus far. On this day, we have to figure out the first puzzle ...
... find out. The most upsetting remainder of the catastrophic incident is the surviving letter of a young man who witnessed the eruption and writes of his uncles death while trying to rescue citizens.
I'm not embarrassed at my naivety, there's so much in the worlds history and culture how can you possibly have grasped it all. On the other hand, it does pour fuel on the fire in me to read more, learn more and to travel more. Luckily we're not finished yet, plus there's always ...
... we made our way back, this time catching a bus up the hill. We were lucky in that a bus came fairly quickly. Laura made the mistake of reading whilst on the bus - not great for someone who suffers from motion sickness on a windy road. Needless to say, she spent the rest of the trip with her head in her hands.
When we got back, we got off at Sorrento and had a wander around the town itself - picking up a gelato and some dinner at a pizzeria on ...