Hotel San Francesco
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... drivers. Not knowing what was happening, we jumped into his cab anyways, while the other men kept screaming and trying to block the car as we drove out. Our driver pretends like he doesnt know English, so we never understood what happened. Then, we get to the hostel and walk up 4 flights of stairs because the lift is broken. I call, ring, knock, and nothing. Finally, he ans wers the phone and says he gave our room away. He was trying to contact ...
... recommended places to eat.
We made plans before heading out to explore the town. We walked the main street with its simple Christmas decorations, at times we could see the lights of the mainland but not many. Half sized buses whizzed around, they haven't far to cover and the roads are windy.
We found the top of the funicular and Piazzetta Cerio. We stopped at Tiberio bar. Beer for Andy and thick dark hot chocolate for Sarah. It came with ...
... on his list of things to do, but it was in mine. Pompeii is so horridly under maintained, dirty and littered, and Herculaneum was a wealthier area, destroy by Vesuvious in that same fate year of 79AD. I do so love everything about the beauty, excavations, and greenness with breezes, it is just a joy to trample thru history's devastation. After an hour and a half, we had convered all we wanted to see, so we returned to the car, and Nicola brought us back to Naples for pizza ...
We had heard lots about the blue grotto on Capri, and having overlooked one in Malta thought that it might be a nice diversion for the day. Unfortunately we couldn't find a tour from Soreento that would get us back before our early departure - we were sailing at 5pm so had to be back on the ship no later than 4:30. One of the tour operators suggested we take the public ferry to Capri and ...
... above the town with 180 degree views. Unfortunately, that is where the good stuff ended. The wifi was free but was so slow! The service reminded us of Fawlty Towers and we had our very own Manuel!
We had a full day in Capri from here. We were blessed with a beautiful sunny day and the views from this Island are nothing short of spectacular. We began with a boat tour around the circumference of the Island, and then caught a local bus to the top of the Island to ...