Casa Giulia Sorrento B&B
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... Sorrento. As we had the rest of the day to ourselves we had a good rest in our beautiful hotel before taking ourselves off to town where we shopped and ate a lovely pizza outside on the street. We enjoyed watching everyone go by and the streets got surprisingly busier as families ( and their dogs) came out for their Sunday dinner. We loved the relaxed, peaceful atmosphere of this place and look forward to moving on to Pompeii and Rome tomorrow. ...
On Wednesday 22/4/15 we went to a bar which was amazing. The bar was about 30 metres below the hotel and to get down there we had to catch a lift which was 1euro each. When you got there you had to pay to get in to the beach and the bar. The bar was right on the water level on top of rocks that made a swimming location in the bar. There was a ladder that went down to the water and I ...
... thing for me to do with a number of friends. But it started with my father. Nice. Though I never get enough time to catch up with my mother, we did get some, and it was wonderful. I haven't been able to talk on the phone since the trip started and I need my mother-daughter talks! I plan to remedy this problem at the next possible opportunity by getting a disposable pre-paid phone.
Finally, the last night was upon us, and Rafaelle very kindly hosted a ...
... mambo Italiano”.
Running out of time on the island, we decided to take the bus into Anacapri to take the chairlift up to the top of the mountain on the island. This was quite literally a chair lift ! We got to the top and the sight was so worth it, being able to see the whole island and the mainland.
Thus ended our time on Capri and we caught the ...
... several times. Whole families pack onto them and they ride all over the place, no one way streets, but narrow streets.
The buildings are old and look wonderful that way. There is a lot of crime here. You have to pay to use the elevators. You have to pay to use a fork and knife when you eat inside a restaurant, but that's all over Italy.