Grand Hotel Hermitage
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s.) to have dinner. After dinner we went back to the apartment to get some sleep.
Today the 12th of September we went to Sorrento for a drive we went on a tour of the town on a train that looked similar to a car because it drove on the road. After that we went to a pizzeria/restaurant for lunch. Once we had lunch we went back to the apartment and waited for some of my Mum's cousin's to arrive. Once they all arrived we had a chat in the dinning area and had ...
... just meters away) and was amazed by the vast amount of tunnels and stairways leading you down into the earth below Napoli. We descended 121 steps to the bottom and continued thru small tunnels by candlelight (some only about 2 feet in width, which is just a couple inches wider than me, shoulder to shoulder). Some, if not most, had to walk these lengths sideways! Backpacks and large purses were left in another room to allow room for them to pass thru these tunnels without getting stuck. ...
... breath was taken away.. You cant describe how beautiful it is - crystal blue; 20m deep and 15m wide, oarsmen singing "O Solo Mio" and "Funiculee Funicular" in operatic voices with the accustics in the grotto amplifying them 10 fold, it really was something magical. We then got the funicular to Capri Town at the top of the hill; wandered around the town and enjoyed the views over a £7 beer (we only found this out ...
... this point we were treated to the most amazing site I think I have seen in a long time, over 100 fireflies suddenly came out to play and the area around us was lit up like Christmas tree fairy lights for well over an hour as the little bugs dived and swooped around, seemingly without a care in the world. We lay transfixed until we realised it was getting late and we had an early start the next day. ...
... a Pompeii dog” – that’s if you like flees and half chewed ears.
So apart from the dogs, we roamed around the ruines a bit, and very quickly got Romaned out again. It all just looks the same after a while. The one interesting part was the amphitheatre area. We did a very tricky self timed photo shot where Cath was sitting up the top of the seating, and I had the camera down the bottom with 12 second to race up the stairs to make ...