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Let me begin today's entry with an update on last night's soccer game. Italy was victorious over England. The game ended in a shoot out. When the winning kick was scored the streets here errupted with horns, shouts, whistles and racing motorcycles. It lasted for hours. Since we are staying on the main street the noise was loud and clear. Did it …
Today was a nonstop day of touring. We caught an early train to Naples. It's a two hour ride from Rome. We shared a train car with a couple from Philidelphia and two ladies from Rome. There was non stop conversation the whole way. They spoke some English and Josh spoke some Italian so we made it work. The ladies wanted to know everything about us, …
Luckily the forecast was correct and it was a fantastic sunny day in Capri. Did a boat tour around the island when I arrived. Unfortunately the Blue Grotto was closed all day due to the height of the tide which was a real shame. The grottos that the boat was able to back into had such clear and blue water.
After the boat trip caught bus to Anacapri and from there the chairlift to the top of Monte Solaro. Was a single seater ...
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... down the cliffs to the marina to catch the ferry over to Capri. The ferry was pretty full, and it was quite an experience. The waves were enormous and the staff were constantly handing out sick bags to people. It was not the most fun boat trip I've ever taken but luckily we made it ok, though it took us a good half an hour before we were feeling better on the island. Because the sea was so rough, we decided against taking a boat to see the ...