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Today we explored Sorrento, the town we are staying in. We used a Rick Steves guide book to follow his suggested walking tour and felt like we got a great overall introduction to the city. Funny he said that southern Italian men believe that Jesus was a southern Italian because their mothers think they're God, they think their mothers are virgins, and they live at home until they're 30. Lol! Sorrento air smells like ...
... further excavation. It was a hot day so it was tiring walking around and we unfortunately didn't get a chance to see everything. One thing that did impress us were the cobble stone streets with the deep wheel ruts and large stepping stones for pedestrian crossings. Liam liked seeing the dead people! Through the audio tour, you did get a sense of how it may have been living there.
Saturday was our day boating around Capri. The ...
... the area from Pirate attacks. We walked past this off to the other side of the cliffs, along what they call the "romantic walk". We did see spectacular views along the ocean and it's truly amazing but....the sunbathing people...less spectacular. On our return we sat played some Dominion and had dinner (the best in house so far...chicken wrapped in pancetta with pasta, garden salad and bread dipped in balsamic and olive ...
... places. I finally got a look at the famous Sorrento coast line and was suitably impressed. The tour was a bit cheesy but it was a good way to orientate ourselves.After the tour we walked down to the Marina Grande which in summer is a mecca for tourists, yachts and cruisers but today it was filled with fishing boats. We had a mediocre lunch at the trattoria by the sea but we couldn't fault the setting; sun glinting off the waters of the Gulf of Naples, beautiful. ...
... freezing, but what a rush!
At night, we had dinner at the hotel again and afterwards went with our tour group to a pub called the English Inn. In the morning, we headed to Pompeii where we took a tour of the ruins. Then, we hiked Mt. Vesuvius to see the peak and crater of the volcano that wiped the city out. After our hike, we headed back to Florence one last time to study for our finals and pack up for our return home.