BEST WESTERN Regina Palace Terme
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Today we decided to ditch nasty Naples so we caught a fast ferry to the island of Ischia. The ferry took just under an hour and we landed in what seems like a world away from the hustle and bustle of Naples. We had a really nice lazy day at the beach. It's a bit of a different concept to going to the beach in NZ. You pay to use an area, they provide toilets, changing rooms, deck chairs and ...
... Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. It was breathtaking. We walked down a bit more through some very narrow streets (which doesn't stop cars from going through by the way) and ended up at a wall that overlooked the water. No pictures got taken here as the wind had picked up quite nicely and I had to choose between holding my dress down and taking pictures. Where was Rob, you might be wondering? Standing a bit down the wall from me and laughing. Good ...
Our final afternoon in Rome was spent out of the town centre at a beautiful village overlooking Lake Albano. This village contains the Popes summer residence and consequently has an amazing church. The village is very pretty with its expansive lakeside views.
We then enjoyed a local dinner in the town of Frascati. Being a Saturday night, the locals were all in town, and it is the custom to just be in town and socialise. Again, we had a huge dinner of about 5 courses, ...
... the top of Anacapri and the view over the island was spectacular. I took a heap of photos then just sat back, relaxed, clutched onto my thongs with my toes and enjoyed the view.
At the top I was struck by how blue it was. You couldn't tell where the sky and the sea met, it was just two shades of blue that blended into each other on the horizon.
I walked around with Elke and Greg taking lots of photos then we headed back down on the chair lift. Part ...
... live in New Zealand and how we in NZ/Australia enjoy a standard of living, that many people from other countries just dream about.
I hope Phoebe and Harro also get a deeper appreciation for what we tend to take for granted.
I just got interrupted by a knock on the door - a gift basket of fruit has been delivered to our room.
A present from Vaughan the NZ Head Chef I met this morning- isn't that nice!
Yes, we are truly blessed. ...