Hotel Regina Sorrento
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long bus trip from Assisi. Rain followed us all the way. It set a sombre mood for our visit to the Commonwealth war cemetery in Cassino. Interesting story about the polish soldiers who adopted a baby brown bear and made it a private. Apparently this bear fought beside the soldiers during the Monte Cassino battle. Google polish bear soldier,
It's our last full day and thunderstorms had been forecast. The plan was to go to Capri today but we were undecided as to if we should go due to the weather and the cost. Walked down to the harbour to see what the deal was and it would have cost 26 euros each just for a return trip, so decided not to go seeing as it was due to rain. Although the sun was shining at this point and we were sweating in our rain clothes! Walked back up the hundreds of steps to the centre ...
... the church and let us in. It is a beautifully restored church, originally constructed in the 1200s. We spent quite a bit of time inside, some studying the art, others just resting, and a few taking an opportunity to catch up on their prayers. From the church, we hiked up to the panoramic views over the town and then past the castle, where we scored a good flag shot. Then, we ...
... homeless men sleeping in it. We decided to pop a squat outside by a fence. While I was going pee Marion noticed a man behind me watching. Freaking out I pulled up my pants and ran. By 4 am the bus still had not arrived. A near by taxi was offering to drive us to Bari for 90 Euros each. As we were packing our backpacks into the car the bus finally pulled up, 5 hours late.
... of rock and goes straight down to the sea. When we got to Capri, we first stopped at the white grotto (Italian for cave) then the green grotto, then we went to the most famous, the Blue Grotto. There were lots of boats there and there were also lots of guys in small rowboats. The guys in the small rowboats give you a ride inside the Blue Grotto. We had to wait our turn - there was one guy who was in charge of lining everyone up and at one ...