Hotel La Lucertola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... drinking beer & wine on the cliff beach. We will try one of the restaurants tonight for pizza.
Rell: We found a pizza place over the bay best Pizza I have ever had, light, tasty & went down well.
It started to pour rain on our way back & climbing back up the top of the stairs heaps & heaps & heaps of them sure did get the heart rate going. Worked ...
Vietri is just magnificent and gorgeous. The view of the Mediterainien Sea is breath taking. So relaxing, well deserved after the hectic drive. One Roman yelled at David as he was trying to negotiate the roads in a car with the wheel on the wrong side of the car. The man yelled "Scemo", which pretty much means "Idiot"! C'mon give an Aussie tourist a fighting chance I say. We just laughed and ...
... illustrating what they were paying for. The frescoes are still there, and yes everything was on the menu. A few streets away the guide showed us how to find the brothel. There, carved into the cobblestone, was a cock and balls pointing the sailors to their desired location.
All up a very long day but very rewarding. Tomorrow is my last day in Roma. :-( Being Sunday I think I should take it easy. I still have to see the Parthenon, but I think then it might be time to relax some ...
... a picture of "the" disco in Capri, "Taverna Anamore." There were lines of people waiting to get in, velvet ropes with a doorman.....it was crazy! I stopped for a picture and moved on. At least I can say I have seen where the hot disco in Capri is, even if I didn't go in. :)
This morning, as I was leaving, it was raining in Capri. Great reflection of how I was feeling. However, by 10:00a, sunny and clear, ...
... very possible on our own. And Dan was game. Since we were up and at 'em for the 7am docking, we dressed and ate an early breakfast on the back of the boat overlooking the city. Several of the main attractions are right off the port and it would have been an interesting day to stroll to 3 castles (2 of them from the 1200's), a royal palace, a basilica, and the Bourbon Tunnel/museum. But NOOOOOO, we decided to hoof it to the train ...