Capri Palace Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Up early and off to the harbour to catch the early morning ferry. The jet boat took us to the grand port and we took the funicular railway to the main town. It was all very chocolate boxy, bit like a large and smarter version of Port Merion! Very exclusive and expensive shops everywhere. We visited the gardens and had a coffee and took a bus to Anacapri, a little town ...
... to the Blue Grotto, there was a number of other tourist boats waiting for their turn to hop into little row boats with 4 people and the "captain" to take you into the grotto. There seemed to be some sort of order they were following. Eventually they got around to our big boat. The tiny row boats pull alongside our large boat and you have to synchronize the waves to get into them carefully and sit on the floor. You are almost sitting on ...
... houses, vegetable gardens and orchards and animals. Up the top were several viewing terraces which altogether gave a 360 degree view of the island. There were original Roman columns and a statue of Tiberius. There was a restaurant with tables and chairs with magnificent views. After taking heaps of video, John returned via the very steep chair lift to check how much money Wendy had spent. We had lunch then John forced Wendy to get some hand made ...
... horse though. For a big animal like that the space is rather confined and the slope quite steep. I don't believe it was ever used for that purpose anyway.
All these galleries finally took us to the Sistine Chapel where we sat for 15 minutes just drinking it in. Longer stays are not encouraged. Photos are also not permitted and I doubt whether any photo I could take would do it justice. Our guide has really studied the art of the Vatican and offered to ...
... agreed this was one of our favorite moments of the trip. It's the little things. The nice British guy that we had talked with outside had told us about a beautiful church not too far from the pizzeria and told us to definitely go see it because it was so beautiful it had made him cry. So we set out to see this amazing church that made a grown man cry and followed their directions to go straight for a while then turn right. (People here aren't the best with ...