We got on a bus after a while, and we boarded on the right side for a better view when we’re driving. I couldn’t wait to get started, because some people call this the prettiest drive in the world! The bus had to do a lot of little loops in the town to get out, but eventually did. It was so beautiful to see the Meditteranean Sea! The road twisted and turned, and every mile was even prettier. When we got to Amalfi, we had to get on another bus to go up high to Ravello, another cute little town. But while we waited we had lunch. When we caught the bus and got up, I walked to the plaza. There were lots of pigeons and kids on scooters, and was pretty neat. I looked out over a wall and saw a huge hill full of terracing, like we learned in Reading. It made it so that you could grow crops on a hill. Dad took us for gelato again, and I had lemon and cocnut on a cone. It was hard to tell which flavor was which, because they were both white! Mom wanted us to go into a jewelry shop to look at how they use coral, and so we did. Luckily, we also found a nice chain to hold all of Robert’s medals that he collected and that were blessed by the Pope. He needed a chain because his red string on his wrist that used to hold them was falling apart. Satisfied, we left. Dad wanted to go into a pottery shop, and mom ended up buying a cork with a painting of a lemon on it. While I waited, I had fun playing with a nice cat who didn’t run away.
After that we had to leave, and took the bus back down to Amalfi. To wait for the next bus, we played in the sand and water on the beach. But when the last bus came, we reluctantly got on. It took and hour and a half to get back, but when we got to Sorrento, we got out a good walk somewhat far from our hotel room because it was caught in bad traffic. While we walked home, I pet various stray dogs until we got home, dropped our junk, and walked out to dinner at the Pizzeria nearby. I had another pizza, which was better than all of the others I’ve tried. When we all finished, I walked home. I did an essay about the mass we went to for homework, and then fell asleep. I hope Naples isn’t too crowded tomorrow!