Hotel Residence Torre Sant'Angelo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Sofia Loren and roger Moore from James Bond. We had another hour free time where I had the best lemon sorbet ever. This is famous in Amalfi. I had it with fresh strawberries. It was 7 euros though. Then we went to the almafi cathedral - another beautiful church. The pictures on the church are all mosaics. It is a very old church built in the 9th century and remodelled several times. It has an Arab influence. 62 steps to the ...
... our scalps being removed by the rock or the chain that the boat captains use to get through quickly before the tide filled the gap again. But once inside - wow! The water glowed a bright and beautiful blue, but the cave itself was pitch black. You could see the oars rowing each boat around the grotto, and the Italian boat captains immediately began singing at the top of their lungs - and Silvio was the loudest. The cacophony of sound was a bit overwhelming, especially ...
... for coffee and one for wifi. (See pictures) After our long laundry excursion, we went back to our hotel to drop off the clothes and then drove back into the city. We explored more of the town and decided to go and get some fresh paninis and sit in front of the ocean for lunch. The view and the sandwiches were both amazing, and ...
... comfy seats. When we were at the top we did a bit more looking around and then had lunch. For lunch I had spaghetti bolognaise. After lunch we took a bus back down to the bottom of Capri. We had a look around there and saw all these nice beaches. Then after looking around we sat down and had a rest. We then went back to the boat and got on. We luckily got on the boat nice and early because this guy just lay down ...
... the mall and looked around, lots of little shops. We scouted for places for dinner. Saw a few good ones. Then we walked around to the Plebicito and I made Chris do the Horse walk - which is when you walk between the statues if horses with your eyes closed and try to walk straight but the piazza is tilted slightly so it's almost impossible. we went up a billion stairs to get to this castle ...