I did manage to get a selfie with Bonnie in front of her Spanish Rose quilt (cruise project) and her unfinished Hexie project.
On some evenings, the group would gather (without Bonnie) and sew together on the cruise projects. We met some great ladies from all corners of the USA and one from Norway and our other Canadian.
|Sydney from Alabama showing me her technique for hexies to avoid seeing stitches from the front.|
|Where quilters gather, there is talk, laughter and friendship.|
We woke up on the Amalfi coast and a lot of our group went on various tours/excursions to Pompeii, Sorrento, the Island of Capri, and Positano. We once again decided to do a walkabout on our own in the little town of Salero. Each excursion is upwards of $90.00 so we chose carefully and decided that when we could wander on our own and find local tours, etc. that we would do that. What we wanted to avoid is taking an excursion hours away from port and being left behind by the ship due to snafus with the local providers. Royal Caribbean will wait if one of their approved providers has a problem getting back on time, but if you happen to be late because you were on your own, you better have your VISA card ready to book a flight to the next port! This caused me a lot of anxiety so we chose to do Rome and Venice and Florence excursions and the rest on our own. And I'm so glad we did.
Here are a few pictures of Salerno.
Next stop is Rome (port is Civitavecchia), and 1.5 hour bus ride from port (hence using the approved transport).
Now this looks like a LOT of fun!ReplyDelete