Best Western Hotel Paradiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... more wisdom and power. I (Stephen) felt quite inadequate.
After 3 or 4 hours we felt that we had seen enough and it was time to move on.
After a snack of Napoli Pizza (Stephen – very good and Gayle - roasted vegetables which were very disappointing and we can do better in the camper, should have had the Pizza) we wondered through Duomo of Naples. Another striking cathedral. From there we walked through the old shopping ...
... city for a while and then we took a chair lift to the top of the mountain for a view of the city! It was weird riding on a chair lift without skis on! And it was only single seats! The view was stunning from the top! We could see not only the entire island but naples and the whole bay! We could see for so far! It was beautiful! We took the chair lift back down the mountain which was another weird experience since I ...
... 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 !
We headed 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 ...
... walked to the other station and on Monday nights that one also closes at 10..so we had to call a taxi..
Tomorrow, we are splitting..I am taking the ferry over to the tiny island of Procida (4km X 1 1/2 km) and J is seeking out another Caravaggio at the Museum Capodimonte. Stay tuned for my island tour. It is the most authentic island in the Bay, inhabited by a small community of fisherman and farmers, and lacking souvenir shops and touristy ...
... bit and grabbed some supplies from the supermarket.
The limoncello tasting session was run by a middle aged couple. The wife was really quiet and straight faced and the husband was the biggest flirt, but not in a sleazy way. He greeted everyone who arrived with "Ciao Bella" giving them a little wink and a wave with his fingertips, even the boys, except for Ash. He got singled out and told he was not bella which was pretty funny.
The Italian ...