La Neffola Residence Sorrento
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Today we say goodbye to PA family. They go onto France, while we travel south to continue our "history of western civilization" summer school for the kids, of which lately, we've been struggling to keep their attention. ("Great dad, more marble stones on the ground"). The kids are going to miss their cousins, Acadia especially (Jack, maybe not so …
... and the replica of Michael Angelo's David as well as other beautiful marble statues and bronzes. Then it was off to the leather factory. Some really beautiful bags and coats.
Then it was off to Sorrento. We bypassed Rome and saw Mt Vesuvius and the drove past Naples. We then arrived in the Sorrento area. We climbed up a hill (the bus being on the sea edge) around narrow winding roads but the view was breathtaking. We were dropped off and walked ...
... Of course we ended this day with another pizza and wine, and went to bed feeling like we made the best out of a city we didn’t really care for. Although we didn’t love the city, I am glad to say that we still managed to have an excellent time.
The next morning we had to wake up early to catch our train to Bari, where we caught a 16 hour ferry to Greece! We’ll be back soon with details on our last leg of the Europe adventure, ...
... only because of the ash which fell to about 3metres high and then the lava disintegrated everything else. Spent many hours roaming around, very easy to get lost. Italian's do tourist signage really badly but you sort it it out eventually. An amazing place and very eerie somehow. Enjoyed the experience and was fairly foot sore at the end of the day. We had dinner close to our hotel that night and an early to bed ready for the next leg.
Love from us all.
... to visit
some of its rocky and hidden grottos! We see the eastern part of the
island with the white and green grottos, as well as the cliff from
which the Emperor Tiberius is said to have thrown women and slaves to
their death! Then via the natural arch and the Faraglioni rocks, we
view Marina Piccola and return to Marina ...