Hotel San Giorgio
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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... brought a cart to our table to show us the catch of the day - a live blue lobster, monk fish, red scorpion fish, and a couple others. We ordered the monk fish (a first for both of us), which was served atop homemade pasta and accompanied by cherry tomatoes and basil. The food and the breathtaking views were absolute perfection.
After lunch we took a trolley to the top of Capri where the views improved ...
... felt dodgy. Thankfully for our Italian SIM card, we had internet access and could look up the address of our hostel and track the course that the cabbie was taking because he wasn't quite sure of the address. We got there with no worries though the the driver seemed nice. That is until he tried to double our fare, saying that he had to add on tax and bag fees! The taxi metre displayed a fee of €7, Dane handed him and €20 note and the taxi driver wanted to give ...
One evening we decided to try the little cafe just opposite our hotel for a change. Again it seemed like a family run place. They asked us if we were married and for how long. I said five...but somehow...I think they misunderstood us for newly weds. Suddenly we were engulfed in congratulatory kisses and toasted with complimentary champagne. They even played for us ‘Here comes the Bride’! And as we sat there rather stunned and ...
... arrive and immediately jumped into a one seat chairlift to take us to the very top of the mountain !!!
3/4's of an hour later we were back on terra ferma and stopped for a light lunch in the sunshine at a small cafe.
Then it was back on that bus ride from hell and down the mountain once again to Capri town.
With ice creams we headed for the Stairway to Heaven, this time it was a ...
... For beneath the grimy surface, Naples hides a cultural Mecca.
Our first forays into the city's heart found us on the parallel streets, Via Tribunali and Spacanapoli. These narrow roadways are interrupted periodically by wider piazzas that seem inevitably tied to a church or shrine, and intersected regularly with inconceivably tight alleys that randomly spit forth Vespas onto the primary thoroughfare.
All of these ...