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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Here we met the manager of Bellevue Syrene and toured the hotel I often use for my clients.
Kate and I had stopped for a glass of wine and then proceeded to the port for our tender to the ship. While we waited, I had even more time with Paolo and then said our final goodbyes. Arrividerci!!!!
Turns out it was the last tender and those of us onboard, were the last 4 remaining passengers missing from the ship. ...
... which is more similar to Spanish, but the mannerisms and customs seem similar -crazy curvy roads and maniac drivers. Seriously every car was banged up. Don't know how they do it -this may be why the taxis are ridiculously expensive. 60 euros for a 15 minute drive!!!! -while their driving and talking speeds are set on overdrive, they have a slower pace of living. They will stop what they're doing to chat even if they're in a rush -...,so they are often late ...
... to the right street and we still had 30 minutes to spare before breakfast. Got picked up by mini buses and taken to the wharf in time to catch the ferry over to Capri. The ferry trip was uneventful and Capri not as picturesque as Positano but more relaxing. A local guide took us up the funicular (cable car, 5 minute ride) to the main shopping and business area. Many of the exclusive shops and hotels were there, nestled amongst the cliff ...
... basic run down on what we do each day but what goes on, on tour stays on tour. There may have been some sampling of vino rossa and vino bianco. Dancing in restaurants Singing in the narrow cobblestone streets but that may never be confirmed. PS the group I'm with is great..
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... to make our way to Sorrento we needed to switch trains at the Naples Garibaldi train station. Everyone has heard of Naples for one reason or another; corruption, huge mafia influence, high crime rate and the birthplace of pizza (thank you Naples!). We had planned to do a day trip to Naples from Sorrento so we wouldn't have our backpacks and because we didn't particularly want to stay overnight; well, Nattolie and Kaylie didn't. But during over very brief train switch, Troy's ...