Last day in Massa Labrense, Italy

Lucia left a few days earlier with her sister than our scheduled departure so we spent our last full day wandering the neighborhood.

Massa Wally, Marina and Massa bkground

This big guy came loping by us on a mission.

Massa Wally and dog on stone path

We decided to have lunch at Il Cantuccio in Massa Labrense that offers a view of the Isle of Capri

Massa Il Cantuccio, Wally on steps, sign

The inside of the ristorante is really neat with stone arched ceilings and walls

Massa Il Cantuccio interior stone wallsWe chose a porch seat with a view

Massa Il Cantuccio upper deck tables

Massa Il Cantuccio our table

Fried squid for appetizer

Massa Il Cantuccio fried squid

Local seafood and manicotti for main event. Excellent!

Massa Il Cantuccio squid salad on lemons clsup

Massa Il Cantuccio manicotti

Massa Il Cantuccio squid salad starter, wine

They also have an open air casual dining area on the terrace belowMassa Il Cantuccio patio roof

Massa Il Cantuccio covered panorama patio

     We made it back to Villa Erca and began packing up for our departure the next day to Rome. We had a fabulous sunset for our last day!  Massa, Sunset 2 from afar

Massa, Sunset 2 golden sky and water

The sun was a giant molten ball…

Erca Sunset vert sun & dark

  Massa, Sunset 2 sun & water

The ferry to Capri was cruising past. What a view for the passengers!

Erca Sunset boat coming

Massa, Sunset 2 molten sun dripping

Erca Sunset boat past 2

Erca Sunset half sun

Massa, Sunset, sun, boat turbulent clouds

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