Grand Hotel Due Golfi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... of the underground rooms of the theatre. It's completely dark, of course because it's underground, but I can just imagine Dracula coming up from the tunnels and into my window (which is 3ft tall x 2ft wide and does open into this room underneath). I would have to jump down about 20 feet to the underground stone floor, but would be trapped there until the morning tours commenced. Not happening, of course. So I took the tour of Napoli Sotterranea (which included a tour of the Greek ...
... the blue grotto just in time. We got on our boat and cruised around the island then changed into little dingies and were taken into the grotto by means of the oarsman pulling us in with a metal chain. He had to time it perfectly that we went in as the wave was at its lowest point. You lie flat on your back and my hand was on my forehead with the cave entrance pushing down on the other side of my hand. We entered ...
... 10 miles) meant we had to abandon this idea.
The two remaining options available to us were a day-trip to Capri or a day-trip along the Amalfi Coast taking in some time at Amalfi itself and Positano. We decided to book ourselves on the Amalfi one for the next day and settled down to enjoy a relaxing evening around the tent listening to the sound of nothing except the sea.
... into our Almafi coast experience, we caught the train to Pompeii. Unfortunately we missed out on the first train by 1 minute but this have us some time to read up a bit more in the lonely planet. Back 20 years or so ago when my parents took my to Pompeii my lasting memory is a 3 legged dog with 1 eye roaming round. That said, when we got there, there were dogs. But apparently the Pompeiians like dogs, they even have signs up around the place saying ...
... it’s quite cool down here. Apparently during the war these caves were used as shelters for people during raids. You can still see evidence of them down here, which is quite incredible. We even get taken through a passage which is 6m high, and only 30cm wide – several of the groups larger attendees decide to wait this one out. The passage is incredibly narrow, and lit only by the light of our candles. We go into one of the private cisterns, ...