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... crown representing the original owners of the building embedded in the ceiling.
At the restaurant, we were seated at tables surrounded by a lemon and orange grove in a building that was architecturally reminiscent of Victorian England. It made for a lovely setting. Cannelloni was invented and first served at this restaurant about one hundred years ago. We ate with the Matt and Inez of the Whitener Law firm. They ...
... well! We throw in the anchor by Positano and jump in for a swim, the water is so warm! After our refreshing dip we head further along the coast, there's some fabulous houses along here, they all have windy steps down to the waters edge. There's also some massive boats, some with jet skis tied to the back and one has a slide running down from the top. Before we know it we're almost in Salerno! We jump in for another swim ...
... plate and a salad for our dinner on the patio.
Monday morning we had a driver take us on a nine hour drive to visit Positano.. Amalfi...and Ravello. Our guide, Stephanie, was great. She took us to a family-owned restaurant for lunch on the hill above Positiano where we ate a four course Italian 'lunch'...deliciouso!!!!
Tuesday, we took a hydrofoil to the Isle of Capri. Megan hiked ...
... mostly motorway with glimpses of historic villages in the distance and the occasional snow-capped mountain as a backdrop. We passed through the outskirts of Napoli – with all its poverty, litter and desperation. We were pleased to be passing through! We then drove along the Sorrentine peninsula with views across the Bay of Naples, which were quite spectacular.
Eventually we arrive in Sorrento and wheeled our too-bulky luggage to the ...
... over the edge before careering around the corner. At times our bus either stopped or reversed to allow a bus coming from the other direction to pass us by, with only inches to spare. The Italian tradition of parking anywhere did not help the nerves.The scenery was spectacular if you were game to look. At one stage Karen was heard to say "I don't want to die"and it was at that point we still had ten kilometres to go. As you can see we made it, although quite a ...