- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... when punching in the number that you were looking at. We were allowed to look inside most of the buildings and it was really informative with the audio guide talking you through the ins and outs. We went through the business centre of town and could see the old bakery with grinder for milling up grain and also to the pub with large marbled serving counter. It was incredible.
The reason for the cities of Ercolano and Pompeii being so well preserved is thanks to a ...
... in the second row. The show was a high-energy song and dance production featuring songs from some of the greatest West End and Broadway musicals. It involved sets, great lighting and pyro-technics. The ensemble were young entertainers who didn't have big names but did ooze with talent.
After the show, we returned to our cabin and as we did, we noticed that the moon was full, or very close to it. It looked beautiful especially with the light reflecting on the ocean. When ...
... we hopped on the free bus and were driven to the hotel. The hotel was located in a really really disgusting area and even a bit scary. It was in a industrial area. Yuck. But the hotel itself was very nice. Our hotel room was great. Nice bed, modern, and good size. The hotel has a free shuttle bus that goes to and from the hotel to the city centre. We had to wait till 4:30pm which was 2 hours away for the next bus to leave. We rested in our hotel till 4:30 and were off. ...
... for over an hour we finally met up with everyone, toured the Royal Palace and its opulent grandeur, made a stop at the Castell dell'Ovo (Castle of the Egg) and then trudged back to our digs in Spaccanopoli.
At this point I think Steve and I had probably walked 28 miles and were more than happy to plop on the bed for 30 minutes before we started down the dark and kind of creepy alleys looking for the world famous ...
... when we got on to the island. Al is now famous on Capri for his swimming prowess. We all took the bus to the tip of the island where there was a litlle inlet and some platforms for beaching and a ladded into a very wavy sea for the more adventurous. Al showed a few of the Italians how to time the waves in order to climb back up the ladder out of the sea.
While Al was swimming and the others were enjoying the sun, Nina and I went ...