Hotel La Scogliera
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... let me know. I was so angry, I hung up the phone instead of yelling. Mike walked out to the street and caught us a cab and found us a hotel on the other side of the pizza district. We were able to walk everywhere. We were surprised at all the young kids in the streets drinking and smoking until late in the night. Also, there was a ton of graffitti on walls of all these historic beautiful buildings. Some looked like young taggers and ...
... and peanuts. Lovely spot to sit people watching. Luckily we were under cover during the thunderstorm.
We walked to restaurant Verginiello. On a warm day with the windows open there would be great views over the mainland but they were steamed up and rain splashed. Pasta for Andy, tomato and mozzarella salad for Sarah who was still full from the sandwich pizza at 4.
Back to the hotel for planning, diary writing and a few games of backgammon.
... s (a suggestion of Joe Fugere, owner of the Tutta Bella restaurants). We saw and talked to its delightful owner, who lavished us with a taste of lemoncello, and a couple of pastries for dessert. A very yummy experience.... But I must admit, Tutta Bella's pizzas are much better. We walked around this very cool shopping area, googling over Carter, Ferragamo, Armani and Prada, just to mention a few. (Via Carlo Poeria area). What fun. We then returned to Milena, had some cold ...
... likely get a trip from there that was shorter.
So we jumped on the first ferry we could, with a warning that one of the ferries was in for repairs so the timetable might not be accurate.
The ferry from Sorrento to Capri island was quite full, and seemed to have some school groups or summer drama camps on board as it was a little like traveling with the cast of Glee as they ...
... buses are small as normal size buses could never manage the windy streets and they push as many people as possible onto them. It was a fun trip, apart from being squashed under the armpits of strangers and the views incredible. At times, it felt as though we were leaning over the cliff as the bus careened around the bends. Tim and Maddi did the chairlift up to the top.
We then braved the local bus again to head to Capri itself and found a restaurant perched on the ...