Caesar Augustus Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to the center of Capri and decided to grab a cappuccino under a covered cafe to be sure the weather was really ok! In moments, we couldn't believe the difference. The dark, gray thunder clouds moved away and beautiful blue skies with billowy, white clouds and a few thunderheads filled the sky! We decided to walk down the hilly pathway to Marina Piccola. We loved sneaking a peek at many of the villas tucked away in the side of the cliffs and ...
... Jan got back into "retail therapy". Mind you, she has found some great gear at very reasonable prices, and she looks fabulous in the stuff she is getting, Bob's still "a bit concerned" about upcoming negotiations with EasyJet for the journey back to England later this week..... we are going to have (at least) one additional bag.... and we know EasyJet are as stingey as hell when it comes to excess or additional baggage.
... ferry or a slow one. The time it takes to get there from Naples is about an hour.
As soon as you arrive, you can take a funicular to the top of the city which will give you great views. The best view is at Monte Solaro II where you can enjoy a panoramic of the Bay of Naples and all the island. It has been occupied by several countries over the years including the French and the ...
First things first, it is sunny! The first day we have had proper sun and not much wind! Will Jo be sea sick? We have booked our crossing for 10:45 and it's now 10:20 so I don't have long to wait until we find out! Well an early success no travel sickness and we arrived in Capri no problem. As we stepped onto the shore we were hit with tours of the island and offers to visit the Grotta Azzurra! I quickly signed us up to a tour of the island and a stop off at Grotta Azzurra on the ...
... wonders of the world. It is a small cave, filled with water that glows the most brilliant shade of blue. The entrance into the cave is very small and it is only accessible by a small paddle boat. The entrance to the blue grotto would be no larger than one cubic meter, so entry is dependant on the sea level. To go into the cave we had to lye down flat in the boat. It also had to be carefully timed with the waves of the ocean, so that a wave did ...