Villa La Contessina
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... in my entire life! It was sooooooo good, the pizza dough and base was to die for and they had used buffalo mozzarella which made it mouthwatering. Unfortunately, it was so huge though so I couldn't finish it but I ate the majority.
We got back to our hotel room at around 10:30pm and headed straight to bed. Tomorrow is our last day in Naples before heading back that night. Been a fabulous weekend but can't wait to get home and rest a bit.
The coastal drive around
the Bay of Naples is very pretty but very crowded with settlements
merging into one huge area interspersed with vineyards, olives and
market gardens. Sorrento is on the southern side of the bay and a
fairly slow drive through tunnels and over high bridges. After we
left the ferry at Naples we had breakfast at a rather swish hotel
(**** food on the ferry apparently) overlooking ...
... It's actually like a very, very busy Gold Coast without the beaches. We stocked up on drinks and did some washing. We put it outside to start drying but the water dripped onto the balcony and down to the ground. Our room being above the entry door caused some new arrivals to get rained on! Next we took the wet clothes to a Laundromat that we had sussed out earlier. Forty minutes later and it was time for dinner - pizza and seafood at a nearby restaurant. Tomorrow is a free ...
... year I have thoroughly loved the gelato here although some gelatos and flavours were much better than others my favourite was most definitely the champagne flavored one in rome. now time to get a good night sleep before I say good bye to this regions never ending ringing church bells, wh7stle happy policemen , rediculous traffic and the very friendly locals to head onto my next destination. ISTANBUL TURKEY. I cant believe im almost in gallipoli, I have dreaned of ...
... a quick nap we went down stairs for some dinner of chicken, which was a welcome change from pizza and pasta. As we were not yet tired due to our siesta earlier, we went for a short walk around the area. As we were staying about 20min out of Sorrento itself we didn't get right into the town, but walked down to the cliff side where we could see the transparent glow of the Mediterranean as the lights from local businesses shone down on the sea floor. We walked around for a short ...