- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Yesterday we caught a fast jet boat across to Capri for a quick two day visit. The boat, one of many that travel to Capri each day from Sorrento, the Amalfi Coast or Naples, holds about 400 people and it was absolutely packed (and we caught the 8am one in the hopes of missing the hoards!). Boats arrive at a small town on Capri called Marina Grande, then you can catch a funicular up the cliffs to the town of Capri. You could also clamber up the steep roads and ...
... a numbers all day and developed a twitching eye and headaches after looking at numbers and spreadsheets all day. Instead, I had fallen in love with the written word - both reading it and writing it. At age 37 going on 38, I don't have a set career at the moment and I am still not married with children. But I have had a few great jobs, wonderful life experiences, many travels and adventures, and have found my soul mate ...
... someone and is a good story so it remained. Another Roman woman, who was exiled was sent here and hated it. While it is now a world famous tourist and millionaire's retreat, in those days it was a waterless rock in the ocean with only goats and some peasants for company. Activity 2 was a boat trip around Capri island. This was an optional extra and was great. The weather was changeable and uncertain when we left but the sun came out for a time and the views were spectacular. We saw ...
... Initially I was thinking this will be OK who ever has stolen the wallet will not be able to access our funds, the PIN is committed to memory so it wouldn't be too bad (third mistakes of the day!)
It took us ages to find our hotel pick up point dragging our suitcases up and down streets around Sorrento but finally we did and whilst waiting, we realised that Gary had also brought his American Express credit card. It gets better!! On arriving at our hotel ...
... I actually hadn't realised that such a large area was open to the public! We saw ruins of homes, public buildings and a brothel! I'm sure everyone was wondering so I bit the bullet and asked whether the detailed frescoes in the brothel were just for decoration/inspiration, or a sort of menu - turns out it was a menu! As Mum said, she never thought she'd see her son-in-law in a brothel. Moses replied that he never thought he'd see ...