Hotel San Marco
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... we didn't think was possible. We visited a church, sipped a Peroni and then headed back to the ferry for our return to Naples.
Tomorrow, an excursion to Herculaneum (aka Ercolano), an ancient Roman city destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. Despite obliterating the people and some of the structures, many of the buildings were preserved under volcanic ash and subsequently found by excavation.
... 8364;5 change. We both started cracking it and Dane was asking for his taxi licence number. The cabbie ended up giving us another €5 and jumped back in his car. I told him he should be ashamed of himself as he was driving off! Giovanni buzzed us in and we climbed the marbled staircase for three storeys before reaching his front door. He welcomed us in to his hostel like the gracious host that he was, asking us to put our bags down, take a seat and handing us a glass ...
... the daughter ran into the kitchen and walked out with a plate filled with rice and some other hard, white pebble-looking thing (I believe its edible) and threw it all over us! It was for good luck. Now all this happened in a matter of minutes and I didn’t know how to correct their misunderstanding. They were so sweet and friendly, I just didn’t have the heart! Lost in translation again but in a wonderful way.
3. Finally – a dip in ...
... Krupp) a zig zag pathway that would its way down the side of the hill. I can see why it is called 'Heaven'. This is one of the most beautiful places I have been on earth !!
With a cobbled footpath with views down to clear blue/green waters below - bliss !!!
A quick dash back to Capri centre and down in the funicular to return to the port and our Hydrofoil back to Sorrento !!!
What a day ...
... with gritty shops and even grittier apartments and abandoned buildings. Yet this jampacked parcel of people nonetheless somehow works. The city's squalor is balanced by a well-groomed population of youth who peacefully gathered to pass their Saturday evening in Piazza Gesł Nuovo, where we had coincidentally chosen to have our dinner. The human congeniality conquered much of our prior apprehension about this city.
Then to ...