Poggio del Sole
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... also several types of tea.
We left early (7:30 AM) because we had reservations on a ferry over to the island of Capri. It was almost an hour ride—heaven for me!—quite fast and a little rocky (I like this too!). Most of us rode up top—I had a great spot for taking pictures.
The tour guide for the island met us at the pier. We started with a shuttle ride about half way up the mountain. The roads are narrow and zig zag back ...
... a small pizza. Then we walked to a small ruined fishing village called Ercolano. Ercolano is one of many small villages that got wiped out in 79BC by Mount Vesuvius. We wandered around there for about some time. We saw all these 2000 year old Roman houses. We saw these bones of some dead Romans that died of toxic fumes and ash from the eruption. After about 2-3 hours of walking around ruins we got the trains back to ...
... It was a pretty popular spot with the locals though as there were a couple of really nice swimming holes. We continued headed around the paths and across a scary looking bridge (the pieces of wood holding up the bridge were just jammed into the rocks - I didn't trust it at all)! We made it across safely though and continued around the rocks, trying to get around to another further on. Unfortunately we came to a ...
... courses for that.
I’m not sure if I have mentioned it already, sorry if I have, but in France and Italy it is very difficult to get protein in your diet, they adore carbohydrates; cheese, bread and pastries, so I have been supplementing my diet with tins of tuna and cooked chickens. Tonight was Steak, get in!
Dinner was good although I feel that my expectations ...
... again stumbling across the social highlight of a Saturday night...driving cars chaotically whilst blaring your horn around an oval shaped roundabout, gridlock! With no success in finding a shop we went back to the hostel to be told that the reason everything is closed as it is a public holiday weekend, the Catholic holiday of assumption...oh! We spent the rest of the evening on the laptop planning what to do today (15th) with Jay Leno on as it was the only English ...