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... three toppings. That is the Italian way. After pizza we continued our journey to Sorrento. Here we stayed for the two nights at a cliff top camping village. We spent the evening in Sorrento and went to watch a Limoncello demonstration and tried the Limoncello candies they made. The made was extremely passionate and the chocolates were amazing. If you are lucky they may make it back home or they might all disappear before then. Not sure! We then went a brought a bottle ...
On Saturday we bid farewell to Fr Jo and were grateful for a lift from Fr Matteo to Termini station- it was cold, grey and wet outside, a perfect day to sit on a train! After a breakfast bagel from McDonalds at the station (yes, a bagel!), we hopped on a train to Napoli Centrale- a fairly uneventful trip passing through some pretty hilltop towns, but mostly dilapidated villas and ramshackle commission flats. Arriving in Naples ...
... Krupp) a zig zag pathway that would its way down the side of the hill. I can see why it is called 'Heaven'. This is one of the most beautiful places I have been on earth !!
With a cobbled footpath with views down to clear blue/green waters below - bliss !!!
A quick dash back to Capri centre and down in the funicular to return to the port and our Hydrofoil back to Sorrento !!!
What a day ...
... we had to leave it, because it really was an amazing view. We went back to the
group and made our way to the bus. From there, we made our way to the other
village, Ana-Capri. Compared to Capri, this side of the island was massive.
Their was a chairlift that made it to the top of the mountain, so we bought
tickets and made our way up. The trip took about 15 minutes to get up the top
... plan and quick! It seemed we kept passing graffiti streets, garbage filled roads, unpainted homes when we finally arrived in the town center. Don’t worry we were safe now-we got rid of the stray cats and now it’s just us in this gritty city with beggars, thieves and trinket sellers.
We opted to stay in the cleanest and nicest hotel around. Hotel Diana. It received wonderful reviews on Trip Advisor and lived up to its expectations. After check in we darted out ...