Hotel San Michele
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... side of the car on the wrong side of the road with the stick shift on the left, and I got that thing around the Ring of Kerry. I’ve ridden with Mike on the hairpin turns which lead up the walls to the hill city of Volturra, and down the tiny tiny “roads” of Montalcino. I’ve taken a night van tour in Paris traffic, and a bus twisting up and down the side of a cliff in Sicily.
But this was something ...
... t get much sleep at all. Today summed up: What I saw: The Isle of Capri. The Blue Grotto - I even got to swim in this - we tipped the boat guide €5 to let us do this. Unfortunately I didn't get any photos as I didn't want to risk getting my phone wet. I forget I had an underwater cover, although I'm not sure I trust that. I went on a chair lift to Monte Solaro to check out the views of Capri - absolutely stunning. I went in an awesome open-top taxi cab in Ana-Capri with six ...
... waiter was great and took a great interest in making us feel at home. Obviously this is how they get custom, but it felt nice and the premium we paid was worth the smile on Wills' face with the attention they paid him (even carrying him across the road during the busy period - "free plane ride"). Next stop was the funicular which was just as busy as Wellington's cable car. Luckily Meredith found out we needed to buy tickets just before ...
... wrote 'All along the watchtower'
The Orange coral on Capri - The water was so clear and our small boat headed to the rock so we could see the orange coral.
Just like in the Bay of Islands - Capri has it's own Hole in the Rock.
Capri is named after the Capri - A Capri is a black goat. They are still wild on the island in the rocky places.
The boat queue at the Blue Grotto - We just looked at the queue and got near to ...
... Rome had the worst until we got to Pompeii. There was no such thing as an easy walk or drive in Rome. Everything is bumpy. Pompeii though had large boulders as pavers and there wasn't a flat one among them. We walked a circuit through the archaelogical site and learning some of the basic history. We started at the city wall. There were many in the group who had never learned anything about Pompeii so it was a real surprise for them to think of 30 feet of ash and stone covering ...