- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... that almost all would agree that one of the most random things was the numerous street signs including phallus, including the butcher's sign showing him with butchers tools, but third leg also out, pointing the way to the red light district... Apparently he got sick and tired of explaining where it was! And the "menu" painted on the walls of one of the red light district buildings was also a bit of a laugh....
... it was time for bed.
Today was our first full day in Sorrento and now that we've gotten a chance to walk around, my impression of this town just gets better and better. Today we spent sometime getting to know this little town by walking through all the numerous small streets and enjoying the views of the cliffs. We intentionally kept things mellow today just to get our bearings. I'm sure there is more to enjoy of this area before the week is over.
... and a half hour tour around the island. The beauty of the island is incredible. It is hard to describe in words but I have posted some pics that capture a little of the dramatic scenes of Capri. So far, this has been the best day of the trip. Which is saying a lot because as it stands now this is the best trip I have ever experienced. On the train now to Florence! From what I hear there may be a little shopping in store for us here. ...
... Immediately after the Greeks were to reach the island leaving clear evidence of their presence is the tombs found locally in a sloping roof, which in denominations such as topographic and Callia Corricella , which still represent two urban centers of architectural beauty. And 'then the time of the Romans who preferred the mainland to the islands flegree as a site of homes, as their volcanic nature was incapable constructive to the grandeur of Roman architecture. Only Capri, for ...
... this bombing and moved out but many hundreds of Italians sheltering there were killed. The ruins were then captured by Polish forces. The battle for this single mountain cost more than 5,000 allied dead but it broke the German lines and Rome was captured soon thereafter. Fortunately the Germans decided not to defend Rome and this saved it from irreplaceable damage. Drove past Naples urban area which looked fairly grubby and low rent. Arrived about 11:30 at Pompeii and Mount ...