Don Alfonso 1890 Boutique Hotel
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... By the look on their faces they were quite delicious and they smelt amazing. From there we made our way towards the lookout overlooking Naples, with amazing views. We then boarded a tourist train which took us around Sorrento with commentary. We explored the streets
of beautiful Sorrento and then had pizza for lunch before making our way back to our villa as my family from Naples were coming to see us later ...
... and were just a sign of things to come.
We arrived at the restaurant a little before 1pm and were the only guests at this stage - felt a bit odd being the only ones there, but this soon changed. We were initially greeted by members of our hosts family but soon had the pleasure of meeting Georgia and her husband. We were lead to our table which overlooked one of the most spectacular views I have ever seen in my life. This part of Italy is truly one of the most ...
... We were so glad to have been here first thing this morning.
Hopping back into our little car, we headed off for Mt Vesuvius. What a lovely view over the Bay of Naples. We were stuck behind a bus for the 7 klm climb to the carpark and what chaos met us at the top. It was such a beautiful day and probably only 1 euro for the entrance to the mountain here also and the whole road was blocked. The road was only wide enough for a car to park on one side and a ...
... our backs to the sea to eventually come across the A1 "Autostrada del Sole," which is the main north-south highway that connects Milan to Naples - or something.
The hope expressed above might hold for parts of North America, but it is definitely a no go in Italy. We soon found ourselves meandering through farm lands and villages and at one time were on – I swear – the Via Appia. I looked in vain for statues and catacombs.
On the ...
... sardines as fish out of them, but then again, I’m not a fisherman.
With a lovely breakfast again, we got a lift into town and caught a ferry to the island of Capri. Our first choice of ferry was sold out so we knew we were in for a busy day of tourists. When we arrived in Capri we had a few things we wanted to do, and the view was the main one. With that in mind we headed up to the top of mountain. Easier said than done. ...