Caesar Augustus Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... the stairs and trails leading down from the mountains to the ocean. There are walks and stairs everywhere. 90% of the island is pedestrian only as it is so small. We then went on a boat trip around the island and visited a couple of grottos. We then caught the ferry back to Sorrento where we had some fee time to wander around the shops and eat delicious ...
It was off to the Island of Capri today, on a rather overcast and windy day. We caught the ferry across and although choppy, standing outside in the fresh air saved any embarrassment! The harbour was bustling with tourists so we decided to take the funicular (cable car) straight up to the main district. The town is very beautiful, with the only vehicles allowed being tiny electric cars, used mainly by police, sanitation people and hotels ...
... and famous shop on Capri. Then we needed to get back down to the marina to collect our bags and organise a ferry. This is a simple task until you factor in the crowds. It was huge and we were wondering whether to walk back down the 2 km's or stick it out and wait. It's hard to decide when you can't see the end of the queues because of bends and stairs. Eventually we were down and bags collected. We could not get on the first ferry so we had some time to sit ...
... started to make our way up the mountainside. It wasn't long before we had realized what's a mistake we had made. Our walk turned into a half mile hike up thousands of stairs. They seemed to never end. When we finally arrived at the top, Dan had basically sweated out his shirt and so we sat on a bench overlooking the gorgeous town, enjoying the view and, most of all, the cool breeze. Once we had regained our composure, we walked though the streets of Capri ...
... the boat upward, making it crash into the roof of the cave. Inside the cave was amazing! The ocean glowed a brilliant shade of blue. It was so blue in fact, that Nathan dived head first into it thinking that it was fresh water. He was disappointed to get a large mouthful of salty water instead. The men steering the paddle boats began to sing in Italian. Their voices echoed delightfully around the cave.
After seeing the blue grotto and ...