Day 2 in Rome I had booked the Hop on Hop off Bus
The bus does about an hour and half round trip my advice is to do the trip once and then decide where you want to get off and on for the day. You can spend all day looking at the churches and all the buildings and the structure. I spent about ¾ hour on one church looking amazed at the structure there is over 350 churches in Rome alone so don’t bother trying to get around them all.
I went back to the Spanish steps as my photo’s did not turn out the day before must remember to where those glasses to see what you have taken. Then onto the Trevi fountain to take another Photo. The day before were like a few hundred people in the area the next day were like thousands check out the video.
I would say that you could just walk to the attraction in Rome by yourself but its well worth getting a tour.
Lots of Photos taken during the day all will be up in a Rome album after the trip.
Day 3 off to Naples Pompeii and the Sorrento
The day was a rainy day as we departed, as we reached our first break for breakfast the day was starting to clear up. Then onto Naples well that was only a short stop by law for the driver and short 20 walk around Naples not even time to buy water. Then off to Pompeii, a short visit in the cameo factory, a guy was sitting there carving by hand that had been doing it for over 70 years the product was lovely but very dear.
Now off to lunch with the tour 3 courses, all we can say were just hoping that our dinner experience would be better.
Then spent 2 hours going through the Pompeii excavations well worth the look the only thing I would say is to try to book a tour that is only going to speak 1 language sometimes they seem to spend more time on the one that you don’t understand.
Last stop for the day off to Sorrento we were wondering what our hotel would be like and the dinner, as the standard was not the best during the day. We had a local pick us up and stopped for as to take a photo on the way great spot. We enquired with the drive about the hotel and he said that it had not been long build with was music to our ears, we arrive to be treated like kings and queens, our rooms are beautiful. Went down to dinner to get watered on hand and foot three waiters at once we ordered off the menu and were also treated to a banquet of salads and desserts well worth the stay at whatever price.
I met some lovely people on the tour 2 kiwis and a few Australians they made my day (thanks Peter & Mandy friends for life).