Grand Hotel Angiolieri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we made our way back by rail to Vico, where we had a short pit stop at the hotel, before making our way to Pizza del Metro (Pizza by the Metre). This is the supposed birth place of Italian Pizza where we were given a taste of the best pizza Italy can offer. I must say, the results were delicious. After our massive dinner, we made our way back to the hotel for a good nights rest, before making our way to Oplontis, Naples and Herculaneum tomorrow.
... started to take us towards the Amalfi ...
... were running around crazy just trying to find a quiet place to get away to. Finally, someone caught both horses and everyone ran to their contrada to celebrate… or cry.
My iphone ran out of batteries before the race, but the best part was seeing the procession of the Duck contrada who won! The entire contrada was screaming, crying, fainting, laughing and parading behind their horse and rider. The successful barbareri ...
We booked the ferry over to the isle of Capri, it was a relatively expensive trip for a family of 5 and we are glad we splurged as we loved the relaxed atmosphere the island offered. An interesting place where the rich and not so rich live together.
Before anchoring at Marina Grande, the island's main harbour the ferry took us to the island's top attractions the famous Blue Grotto and Grotta Azzurra. Refraction of sunlight into the cave makes an iridescent ...
... Fast Show' would call it. Herculaneum is also smaller and more compact than Pompei which was lucky as it really was hot. We started off down a steep slope, headed across a little bridge over a small river and entered the ruins which was Herculaneum. Unlike Pompeii we did not have a guide so we relied on Olly's interpretation of the 'Lonely Planet Guide' and various other snippets of information ...