Hotel Regina Cristina
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... me and Luigi followed him.
Again, Luigi organised everything. Although we were early and almost the first ascending for the day, there was already a queue. Not for these little ducks though, we just lingered for a minute then Luigi appeared and ushered us past the waiting queue and off we went. Luigi told us in high-season you can queue for hours...another bonus point to Private Tours!
Once on the top, Luigi left us after pointing out a few highlights, ...
Today we were off to visit the island of Capri. The alarm went off at 6:30am this morning – ouch! We’re not used to early starts, or alarm clocks, and in the end I had to pull Ness out of bed at 6:50am otherwise we would miss our train to Sorrento and our boat departure to the island.
We took the train from Vico Equense to Sorrento as it’s much easier than driving 30 minutes of twisty roads and ...
... will pay back the education that lead us to the job we hate, and when that debt is alleviated we'll start paying back our mortgage for the house that's too big and the car payments for the car that has more amenities than we will ever figure out how to use.
I've got news for you, this corporate America world existed before you and will continue on after you-- and your cubicle will get a new name-tag slid into the slot ...
... of me plummeting down the sides of the mountain. The 5,000 (ok I'm exaggerating) Japanese tourists coming one after another on the other side were certainly amused at me because I was gripping the handles for dear life and was stairing intensely at my knees. This really wasn't a scary thing for 99% of the people that do it, but as we passed by 3 sun hats, a 2013 Guide to Italy and ...
... blue water. It was surprisingly warm but a little bit scary because the water was so deep and very rough, pushing waves into the cliff that we hd climbed down into the water. After our swim we lay on the rocks with the rest of the locals sun baking.
We then caught the bus back to Anacapri which is the higher part of the island and we walked down the shopping streets before catching the second bus back down to Capri. Whilst waiting in line for the bus we met ...