As promised, the Sorrento installment of The Week with the Parents. Also as promised, cats. Lots and lots of cats.
On Tuesday, the parents and I decided to do the island of Capri, since the weather was BLISSFUL, not a cloud in the sky, and not a sign of rain: the first day of its kind since my parents had arrived in Italy, if I'm not mistaken. Both Florence and Rome had nothing but rain for us, so at the first sign of sun, we took to the water.
I actually read my book most of the boat ride there (whoops), but took some photos when we docked.
After our tour was over, we grabbed a quick lunch before heading to the city of Anacapri, located on the other side of the island. The bus ride there was crazy. Combining the insanity of Italian drivers with steep cliffs that plunge directly into the Mediterranean is never a good idea.
It was a little chilly on the way up and down, but the view was pretty incredible. And though I have taken many modes of transportation these past months (plane, train, automobile, boat), I do believe this was my first journey by chairlift.
Pompeii installment tomorrow (hopefully). Plane takes off in just over an hour (hopefully).
Only 5 days until I land in Tampa! How did that happen?