Friday, November 22, 2019


There were a variety of places to eat on the ship and I liked the variety.  After breakfast in the Discovery Restaurant, I was ready to explore Amalfi.

Vegetable omelet with rye toast

It was only a few minutes to shore by tender.

This is what our ship looked like from shore.

There were a lot of steps to get to this church, but it was well worth it!

After exploring the charming little town, it was time to return to the ship.

My favorite place to stitch on the ship was this area, called the Living Room.

Even though I eat a lot of fish in Japan, I couldn't resist ordering fish on the ship.  This was rolled sole with pesto pasta.

Come back tomorrow for more of my adventure.


jacaranda said...

Beautiful scenery and as you say, perfect place to stitch and watch the world go by. very relaxing.

kiwikid said...

What a wonderful place to sit and stitch. Thanks for sharing your visit to the interesting town. You must have walked up and down a lot of steps!

Pink Rose said...

Hi Pamela wow great pics my friend and what lovely places you have seen.
Looks like a very comfy spot stitching in the living room,looks like you had lots of light,hope you have a lovely day Pamela xx

Vireya said...

The town looks like a wonderful place to wander through. That church is amazing!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Beautiful pictures. I would never be able to climb those stairs, I don't think. Heck, I'm pretty sure my hip would not allow me to do all the wonderful walking you do.

Did you mention who the lady is in your pictures? I might have missed that.
xx, Carol

Lin said...

Looks like a delightful place to visit Pamela. xx

Julie said...

You have certainly seen some wonderful places on this trip.

Jeanie said...

I love the height of the city with thehills and those pretty houses. The church looks gorgeous -- yes, definitely worth it!

Leonore Winterer said...

Looks like you had a great time both on- and off board!