via Grand Circle Tours
October 28th–November 14th, 2014

  • Sorrento cemetery. Italian cemeteries are always so interesting.
  • Age: 55.
    • Some family crypts are quite extravagant.
      • They start them off young!
      • From our Sorrento hotel room.
      • Sorrento church.
      • Creche scene!
      • Creche scene closeup
        • The Sorrento harbor, where a bunch of us had lunch. The restaurant is the building with the orange roof on the other side of the harbor.
        • Seafood pizza
        • Maureen, Rich, Helen, Larry, Barbara and Nick
        • …to scare away the birds.
                • Stray cats were everywhere.
                  • Never ending laundry
                  • Larry and Rich got up the hill before the rest of us.
                  • Our last dinner in Sorrento
                          • Montecassino Abbey—bombed by the allies and rebuilt from the ground up.
                            • Saint Benedict
                              • Saint Scholastica
                              • View from Montecassino
                                • Gold inlays in the crypt.
                                • Bas reliefs. No expense was spared in rebuilding the abbey.
                                • Maureen
                                  • Entering Rome. We were driven around the city on the way to our hotel.
                                  • Trajan’s column. His ashes are in the base.
                                  • Castel Sant’Angelo
                                  • The Vatican
                                  • Last dinner.
                                          • Last view of the parking!
                                          • Arrivederci Roma!