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... Sorrento for dinner in the hotel, an earlier night for our big trip to Florence.
THE GRAND HOTEL QUISISANA
The Grand Hotel Quisisana is the largest and one of the best known hotels on the island of Capri. It is located in the heart of the old town of Capri. British doctor George Sidney Clark established a sanatorium in 1845, turning it into the Grand Hotel Quisisana in 1861.
... Villa Murat was built in the 1700's, and a peace treaty was famously signed there in 1808 by the General of the Naples Military. He later became the King of Naples. So yes, we were staying at a King's Castle, in a sense. And felt like it. The charm and appeal of the place was the care given in its restoration by its owner, Rafaelle, who we met shortly after arrival. This would be one of many encounters with our gracious and welcoming host. There was only one bathroom ...
... 4 hours away. Jess and I chatted the whole way about travel and life, we realized we had quite a lot in common and became good friends for the trip. From that point we were known as the 2 Jess'. One the way to Pompeii we drove through Naples and were told about the famous Naples mafia, which is still present today. Our tour guide Nat explained that we would see them in a group at a coffee shop. The Mafia group here is called Camorra, however Nat came up with a ...
On the way to Sorrento, we passed Mount Vesuvius and Pompei. The traffic to Sorrento was bumper to bumper the closer we got. The road into Sorrento is very windy and narrow and as it was a Saturday afternoon, there were plenty of tourists and hundreds of scooters and motorbikes. Eventually we arrived at the hotel which is perched on the side of a cliff, with 5 levels, the top ...
Not a very special day for our last day on the Amalfi Coast.
We walked down to the marina di praia and made some enquires about a boat tour, however at 30Euro for a 3 hour excursion that included a trip to the Emerald Grotto (which we'd decided not to do) and a stop for a swim (which we wouldn't do) we decided we would just have ...