Caesar Augustus Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Piccola and enjoyed the beach view while sipping cold drinks in a restaurant that charged for the view! We then returned on the ferry back to Amalfi enjoying the fabulous coastline and then "enjoyed" shopping in a tiny supermarket like you wouldn't believe for ingredients to make dinner in our apartment. Luckily we only had a few ingredients to lug up all those stairs - imagine a normal Australian shopping amount here on the Amalfi!!! no ...
Caught train from Meta to Sorrento and then the Hydrofoil to Capri (30 mins). The island has various attractions spread all over so we hired a moped to see as much as possible. The only vehicles on the roads were tourist taxis, the local buses and others who had hired a moped so pretty quiet. The roads were few but all twisty and undulating. We visited ...
... that, but today it looks as though they have rolled out something "fut, fut" instead! Disappointment for Bob, (with thoughts of Rottnest 2010 still etched in his mind) he was hoping to get this crossing over quickly. Anyway, after the 45 minute ferry ride to Capri, we firstly were surprised at how large the main port is, and oh so many huge ferries coming and going constantly - but, this IS the busy season ! And it seems that there is ...
... 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 the city for 1700 years. Imagine how amazed they were by things such as the plumbing using lead pipe, therefore leading to a high incidence of mental illnesses among the population. Then there was the ...
... s not producing something. The walk up to the Villa of Tiberius (or Villa Jovis which is the correct name) was totally exhausting in the heat. We kept saying, "This bloody Villa had better be worth all this effort!" Well, the villa wasn't worth it. There was hardly anything of note left - no mosaics, no columns, no statutes, only some crumbling buildings. The saving grace was the location and magical view. It was built on a peak ...