Hotel Domus Flegrea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gardens! We had a few tastings from shop to shop and of course bought a couple of bottles. Driving to Amalfi was amazing! The long drops off the coastline gave us a spectacular view of panoramic water, cliffs and cute villages. Then we had a crazy pub crawl that night when we got back on the ship! Four bars on the ship with drinking games etc, oh dear us Aussies know how to ...
... there's any way I WON'T do more sampling... I'm particularly excited for potato pizza in Rome, if the Napoli version is any indication of what to expect. So with that in off to an Agritourismo an an estate in the mountains of Salerno. I have NO idea what that means other that I get half board for €60 per night, local home cooked meals and I can hike in some mountains. Should be a nice way to rest between Naples and ...
... Siracusa to Napoli) was also 724. D'oh. I suspect it will all work out in Rome for them but what a bummer. Turns out they're from Egypt, speaking only a little English and even less Italian. And on their way to Germany.
Ahhh the adventures of train travel. And seeking out good pizza. Or rather, the best pizza of my life and the best pizza in the world.
And we'll have a smackerel more in the morning for breakfast. Pizza dreams here I ...
... the weather held. Left for a pizza dinner, and after a run with our packs to a late train, we made our way via Napoli to Roma. Saw a Moleskine shop at Napoli. Metroed to a short stop away from our hostel. Monica our host treated us to a full conversation and advice on what and where to eat, and where and how to go. Late already though. Slept quickly for a planned early ...
... here. After wandering around for a while we stopped and had lunch on the edge of the cliff with a great view over the port of Capri. The water is so blue, and it was fun to watch all the ships, taxis, jet boats moving around the harbour. We decided to do the walk down to the port. It was about 10 mins of walking down steps, and narrow paths. Not too hard for Susie and I, but the guys with their bad hips were ...