So you already know about puker number 1…that was Liam coming up the hill today getting car sick. No new news there. Puker number 2 was Aidan and no, he wasn’t sick. He’s apparently got mine and Josh’s belly which is the belly that can’t handle anything medically related. I still think I might be adopted since my mom is an emergency room nurse, I’m obviously not her daughter. Continue reading
Today we made it to Positano which is on the Amalfi Coast. Technically Sorrento, which we are staying just outside of, isn’t actually on the Amalfi Coast. It’s like saying Wareham is on the Cape…it’s just not. Josh wasn’t aware of this as he thought we were staying on the Amalfi Coast, so I thought I’d share with everyone else.
Today was one of the highlights of us coming to this part of Italy, a trip to Pompeii. We decided that rather than risk not finding it without a GPS that we would take the train out of Sorrento and I’m so glad that we did. The train took us within 50 meters of the entrance to the ruins and it was an easy 35-40 minute ride from Sorrento. Continue reading
I’m glad we took the little train yesterday as it took us right down to the port, so when we headed out this morning, we knew exactly where we were going. And it was so easy – I love it when the morning goes smoothly. Even better, I love it that Liam didn’t puke on the ferry (remember Greece?) especially since I forgot to bring a puke bag with me for him! Continue reading
As planned today we headed into Sorrento for the day. Well, it wasn’t quite a full day, but more of a half day and it was more than enough for the kids who overall were pretty good. We had a nice and mellow morning with watching movies, reading and just hanging out.
Today we set off on another wild Marcus adventure! Semana Santa (April vacation) is here and so we’re taking the next 6 days to explore the Amalfi Coast in Italy!