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The two of us cleaned up quickly and headed out on the town. We enjoyed our first pizza margherita while talking to an Italian guy who had just been in a new movie with Pierce Brosnan set on the Amalfi Coast (can't recall the name off hand). Sitting on Piazza Tasso, Sorrento's main square, we watched all walks of life pass by. We ordered our first of many cappuccinos and it tasted like liquid gold. It was easy to observe that Sorrento is ...
... our sweet overload, we went to our cheaper beach, hired our sun beds and hit the water. Then lay in the sun, then hit the water, then did it all again!!! We we're expecting Julie to turn up around lunchtime but we kept waiting, waiting, so we had some lunch, then another swim. After a little while we saw Bree who was sun baking just a little further up ...
... day we went to the closest beach in Sant'Agnello and spent the day there. Like true Aussies, we were a bit unhappy about having to pay for entrance into the beach and there being limited sand, but we had beautiful weather. For dinner in the evening we went to an Italian restaurant and had some of the best bruschetta and pasta on the trip.
We spent the next day in Naples mainly to try its famous pizza but ...
... beautiful and also very expensive. Sorry, but we didn't do any Christmas shopping there! We stopped at the pursers desk and bought stamps, so we could actually mail the postcards that we'd been buying. Lori & Kristina suggested that we eat pizza and watch the "movie under the stars" tonight, so that is what we did. Then we sat in the hot tub for awhile. After that we picked up some dessert and headed to our balcony to eat ...
... from Sorrento station to Seven hostel in the heat,
which was a really good hostel, newly built, really big and clean
rooms, nearly hotel quality, with a rooftop bar and cocktail bar and
restaurant, by far the best hostel we have stayed in. We found a
local supermarket, where we bought fresh cheese and meat, wine,
crackers, and all sorts to eat on our hostel roof. The shop keeper
also gave us cold shots of local Lemoncello which was great. ...