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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of the Blue Gratto with my roommates here is a little comment from Allie.. " OMG I thought you guys were standing the whole time."Yes. that is a typical Allie statement.Yes, Allie thinks I am that weak and was standing and could not get into the boat. In reality I was doggy paddling and trying to use any strength I had to get back in.
Anyway we went to get some Pizza for lunch. The rest of the day we walked around Ana Capri and played around ...
... couldn’t see as much of the community (Sorrento) as we wanted to, but we saw enough. When we got to the top (after multiple rests along the way) it was pretty amazing. The cloud was inside the HUGE crater, so we couldn’t see the bottom, but the postcards they had for sale showed just how deep it was. If it spewed off 8 meters of lava rock to cover ALL of Pompeii you can only imagine the amount of the mountain that came from the crater. In 500 BC to 79 AD, the view from ...
Unfortunately the temperature kept dropping in the night and we actually had the worst sleep of our lives. I personally struggled with cold all night and once you get that chill sleeping goes out the window for me. We had our base layers on and buried our heads in the sleeping bags closing the tops to keep as much heat in as possible which helped to a degree but I still didn't get much sleep as I had already got chilled and couldn’t seem to warm myself up. ...
... thank her enough when she fixed them. The whole city itself is a never ending surprise (and not to mention all the other places we've visited). Even for someone like me who has a hard time grasping a language (save for a few key phrases), the locals are so incredibly interesting to watch- from the nuns hanging laundry, to the people selling their goods, to the many dogs running around, to the people doing their work ...
... the top of the hill/mountain. Up there we had a guided tour of a doctor's house and garden that had been built next to a Roman ruin - as he uncovered Roman artifacts he built them into his home. We then did some shopping before getting a little bus to take us to Capri where we had lunch at La Pigna "The Pine Cone"- a little restaurant built around some pine trees. We hadn't been able to catch ...