Hotel San Nicola Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... designer shop a girl could dream of was on this island and the price tags to go with it.. Imogen was being pretty nice today which was good. We missed out on swimming the blue caves which was pretty disappointing but there was nothing we could do about the rough weather. We returned to Sorento and had a nice feed and a drink. Back it Naples and a fairly early ...
... wrong way.
The Castel was huge and the 360 degree views from the Parapets of Napoli and the Bay of Naples were stunning. Given the high sun and glare we probably don't have a photo that does it justice.
Time now for some culture. Headed off to the Archeological museum as they have Pompeii relics removed from the actual site, so we thought we'd get a head start on our planned trip their. The mosaics in this museum were fascinating and the statues are impressive too. ...
... half way round the island we were dropped off at the Harbour. The little bus then took us to the main town on Capri, another hairy ride up a mountain side packed in like sardines. Out we get and the view was spectacular, it was lunch time so we grabbed a faccasia and found a bench and took in the view. Two boats I would be very happy to own, huge things. Time for a coffee and then hit the shops which we had been warned were ...
... and the other where Herculaneum is. This also gave us a bit of an insight as to the way they were both destroyed by this volcano. Learnt that Pompeii was just from the volcanic ash and the whole town was buried/suffocated where as Herculaneum was destroyed by lava flow from the volcano. Walking around Pompeii is actually quite breathtaking and mind blowing. To see how this ancient roman town once was and to see some of the original artifacts and areas are amazing! ...
... in the sixteenth century, it only really became popular in Italy around 1860-1880, especially in Genoa-which inaugurated this tradition- and was particularly practiced among the upper classes of society. The explanation to the name pesce d'aprile, literally April's fish, is often linked in Italy to the zodiac and in particular to the fact that every event that happened in that date was related to the abandon of the Pisces constellation from the Sun. From there it comes the custom ...