We didn't stay here. We didn't even shop here.
But we ate here with i nostri amichi (our friends).
A three-way collision of Italian souls; genuine and wanna-be.
This was a truly unique moment in time because we connected over lunch with our yachting mates, Jeanie and David, and our native Italian instructor, Damiano.
Who would have thought those seemingly harmless hours spent back in Dallas fumbling through the Italian language would lead us to this unlikely lunch in Sorrento, Italy. ITALY!?!
When we arrived in Sorrento, our timing was off a bit and Damiano has just boarded a bus heading out of town. He literally jumped off the bus and headed back to the docks for a lunch at Ruccio.
We had a brief - but nice - lunch and took a [not so flattering of me] picture to document the special moment. Then it was off for a three-way split: Damiano down south to join traveling Texans, Jeanie and David up north toward 5Terre and Joe and me to Sorrento's city center, bus-bound for a week in Conca dei Marini.
How We Got There: We arrived to Sorrento via boat from Naples.
Suggested Stay: While we sadly didn't experience Sorrento, it looked like a charming town with lots to see and do. Surely you could lose yourself there for a 1-2 day stay. Easily.
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