Hotel Napolit'Amo Medina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... remainder of the day. We stopped into a little pizzeria and each sampled what many say is the best pizza in the world. We aren't sure "best" is an appropriate description, but it was tasty enough.
We strolled through the busy streets around the city center and peaked into little boutiques along the way. The city had many high-rise buildings and major intersections. Compared to our past week, it was like leaving ...
... and lasted about 2 hours.
One of the most popular spots in Capri is the Blue Grotto, and that was our first stop on the tour. The island of Capri is almost all mountain/rock/cliffs, and has many small caves and holes in the side of it. The Blue Grotto is a small opening that leads into a large cave with vaulted ceilings. What makes it so unique is that because of the sunlight coming through the opening, the water is almost a fluorescent shade of blue ...
... around the bustling shopping district and tried a variety of treats and pastries, none of which we particularly liked. They have a Christmas pastry called a "ba ba" everywhere; it’s a bit like a small rum cake. It’s good, but has enough rum in it that you could wring it out and take shots. Sebastian, of course, loved it. We went back to the hotel to get some sleep in preparation for our morning trip, Pompeii! ...
... the postcards and obligatory fridge magnet (note to self - need bigger fridge) and walked to the new town of Pompei.
The town is very clean and the locals friendly, however the lack of tourists was evident with restaurants and cafes nearly empty and streets very quiet. Even the campsite which ...
... Vesuvius. We had a fun ride through the streets of Pompei, Rhys had a run in with a dog, which he ended up kicking to stop it from barking/biting him. We thought we were heading in the right direction until we came to a large steel gate stopping us from going any higher, very annoyed Rhys turned around and went into a car park which was selling tickets to go up Mt Vesuvius in a unimog. Rhys asked the man where the road up Mt Vesuvius was and was informed you could not drive ...