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... up in the middle of conversation to go get more goodies to put out. You couldn't convince them you were full, either. We always had hot tea, too. These were things that I never experienced anywhere else and continue to remain some of my fondest memories of my extended Italian family.
One by one those fascinating men and women in my life became victims of aging, and now the only person I have to learn from is my aunt. It's saddening to me. ...
... and monasteries. But of course being roman everything goes up hill or is on a hill.
At the end of the walk through town is the Basilica Papale Di San Francesco - Assisi. Francis Di Bernardone or Francis of Assisi was born in 1181
With time to spend we enter a local cafe and have a cappuccino and hazelnut roll for morning tea. The barista put a different design on the top froth of all six cups which were amazing.
... the ruins of the main piazza.
As luck would have it, admission was free today because it was a holiday. As a result there were lots of families walking around.
We spent over an hour exploring and taking photos after our tour had finished.
Tess was looking up at Mt Vesuvius with very wary eyes & was happy when we said we were leaving.
We bought her an age appropriate book at the souvenir ...
... a very built up area there's no distinction between each town all around the bay, but a family of musicians walked the train 'entertaining' us and asking for change.
Ercolano was busy with local football supporters prior to their derby game. We followed the signs down the 500m to Herculaneum. We stopped at the tourist info hoping to leave our bags somewhere but no luck. We were able to leave them at the entrance for Herculaneum. We asked but ...
... only giant pebbles). We had plenty of time to explore Capri town and Anacapri, visiting the gardens, (window) shopping and eating gelato (Capri had the best in Italy IMO). Under advice of Anita we took the chairlift up to a glorious view of the entire island and coast (good call) where we chilled for a while and ate our packed lunch (fantastic island, not cheap) before re joining our tour. Our boat set off from Capri, passing the green and white grottos and through ...