Hotel Terme Galidon
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... that not even counting the “vertical” kilometres I’ve hiked going up and down Vesuvius!
Finally, well into the evening after a number of miles of rolling hills, I find a road heading south into Torre del Greco, where I quickly reward myself with a delicious pizza, straight out of the wood oven. It turns out that pizzas are very delicious and very cheap here in Napoli—as little as 2 Euros… as long as you order them “to ...
... drop off! As compensation for the forts walk, today we caught a cable car up to the highest peak on the island, Monte Solaro, and then did a much shorter walk to an old church set high up, overlooking the coastline with views right through to the Faraglione peaks. This part is very high, and we were looking down at clouds rolling along the coast, which was quite a surreal feeling. Capri is a very beautiful island. Many of the seats and stairs around Piazzas ...
... Then later I was sitting having lunch and a man walked past me and took my photo. Very odd indeed. I wonder who it is they think I am. Another thing I love about Italy is their love for animals. There are dogs and cats welcome everywhere. At dinner last night we met a lovely corgi who is a stray dog but a frequent visitor to the restaurant and his name was Giovanni. Hilarious name! They've got loads of stray dogs and cats but the whole community seems ...
... various grottos and caves around the perimeter of the island and even anchored for a swim. Matt and I plummeted into the sea off of the bow. Next we disembarked at Marina Grande. After a quick lunch we began the long hike up to the town center, which provided incredible views. We shopped, had a gelato then grabbed a taxi to the Blue Grotto in Anacapri. Matt finally found a pair of Italian ...
... the famous blue one that is packed with tourists. I am so glad I chose to go the way that I did. If there ever is a place to live....it is Capri.
When I got back, knowing that it was either an expensive taxi ride every time I wanted to go to town or I could rent a scooter for the time I am here, I thought, "I have ridden motorcycles before, I bet I can handle a scooter." Um....wrong. My scooter driving career ...