Luna Rossa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... at a lovely restaurant down in the old historical district, Storico, and wandered around the streets of the old town enjoying the miniature nativity scenes that are created by artisans here, which apparently Napoli is famous for. Sadly, not a drop of rain fell all day, so perhaps the Capri ferries could have run!
Every day in Naples you see waiters like this one, with a tray delivering coffee ...
... to our jet powered super ferry for the short trip to Sorrento and our typical three course Italian lunch.
Ah, now I understand why the Italians always take an hour and three quarters for lunch. We've spent so long relaxing around our meal that we’ve almost forgotten the main event – Pompeii! Ah well, one pile of rocks is much the same as another. Wrong!
Our first impression of Pompeii is the size of ...
... announced the other couples. I had the full giggles at this point.
Round one. The ladies were escorted off stage to a private room where they couldn't hear the men's answers to the questions. The men were asked four questions, and then we were brought back into the studio about five minutes later. Walking back on stage was odd as everyone was staring. Jason had this weird look on his face that I couldn't interpret. Oh no...what did he say?
I can't ...
... until we got the the quay side. It was another baking hot day so we had dive into a gelato shop and get our selves an ice cream each. We then continued on passing some very posh hotels along the way. We then passed a some rocks that people were sunbathing on and swimming in the sea. Niomi was really hot at this point and wanted to jump in, so she took off her top and jumped in shortly followed by myself.
The scenery was amazing behind us, so ...
... which looked like something out of Jurassic park) and the road was windy and soo bouncy was very funny. We then had to walk up the top of the mountain for around 15mins! Saw amazing views! We then went up to the top and it was incredible, looked into this massive crater and saw the top of the volcano covered with a layer of rock! Indescribable. Very mu ch looking forward to tomorrow to se ...