BEST WESTERN San Germano
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... before turning in.
After breakfast on Thursday, we walked about 30 minutes down to the port where we bought tickets for the hydrofoil to the Isle of Capri. We sat on the open-air deck of the ferry which allowed us to take in the phenomenal views of downtown Naples, Pompeii, Sorento and Mount Vesuvius (collectively, part of the Almafi Coast). Forty minutes later, we arrived in Porta Grande. No words ...
... we might like to sail out of the harbour instead. So tickets purchased for the hydrofoil, time for a cold beer/coke dockside where 'Liberty of the Seas' was moored and then a very picturesque and comfortable boat ride to the stunning Port of Sorrento, what a way to travel !
Back down to the Port for a fresh fish dinner, sitting right on the waters edge, watching the sunset on a perfect day. Dinner was lovely, complimentary limoncello and taxi ride up to the top...perfect ...
... On our third day, the weather bureau (good old BBC) predicted that we would have about 2-3 hours of bright sun mid-morning. This was it. Our little margin of sunshine and only chance of trying the waters. We had come to swim afterall! So we braced ourselves and got into our bathers. There was this nice old man who owned a scuba diving school right next to our hotel and I managed to borrow a half wet suit from him. He practically insisted on my taking ...
... and Ed finished what I left.
We headed next door and picked up gelato (there is always room for gelato) then walked down to the square. Lots of little shops to explore. Tony picked us up at our meeting point, and we were off to Pompeii...but first...a song! We were a captive audience. He handed out lyrics, and he had us singing with Dean Martin's "That's Amore" and "Volare".
When we arrived in Pompeii, our tour guide, Lucia, was already waiting for us. We headed ...
... asking which building is what? When Salvio pointed them out … we couldn’t tell but certainly we saw more of Naples than we cared to.
It was only when we were back on the road that runs along the port area that the coach picked up speed. We went through a tunnel and then into an area which was the opposite to where we had just been – clean, neat, tidy, high end … yep I will be shopping at Louis Vuiton which is why I need to ...