HI Hostel Naples Mergellina
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... inside our cabin Karen went onto the balcony to take a photograph of the moon. One second her glasses were on her head, the next as she leaned over the railing, they fell to the balcony below, then bounced from there into the water. There is probably some dolphin out there with the coolest pair of glasses and 20-20 vision. They were Karen’s distance glasses, but fortunately she has another pair of the same prescription but being sunglasses. Guess she will be the cool one ...
... fruit, baskets of vegetables; miniature working scenes etc, depicting the daily life in Italy in times gone by. All the models were amazing in their detail. We meant to find out the significance of all these tiny models and why just this one area specialised in them, but we didn't, so we will never know. We ate take away chicken gyros from a small shop during our late night stroll and boy, were they ...
... the mythical Laundromat..... the traffic was absolute chaos that time of evening and we were frustrated that we could not even spot a single laundromat anywhere.
Eventually we decided it was time to ask. We parked illegally, when all of a sudden out of nowhere a few Italian cops appeared. By that time however we were so fed up with driving around in the traffic madness, that Susan chose to go and ask them for directions ...
... and sea below.
After our visit to Anacapri, and the Villa Michelle gardens, we walked back to Capri town.
We walked all the way down the mountain, and could see why the rich a famous people like this place. Jacqueline Onassis- Kennedy used to love it here. We caught the boat back to town and made the 1 mile walk back home before any cloudburst hit us.
Tomorrow we head south to the Amalfi coast. Stay tuned. , Tom and Barb on the trail
... one certainly gave that impression, it is quite imposing both inside and out.
Maddie then sampled the first Italian ice cream of the visit (but not the last!), it went down without any difficulty :-) We went back to the hotel in the early evening and sat outside (in February!) and enjoyed a coffee along with a taste of the whiskey we had bought at Gatwick - Paul & I always have a little whiskey when we are together and so bought one that ...