Hotel Weber Ambassador Capri
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... At the port, we did some shopping before boarding the hydrofoil boat for Capri. We had a lovely view of the boot part of Italy from the port. The ferry to Capri took about 30 minutes. The water was a little rougher than we expected. The hydrofoil seemed to jump the waves rather than cut through them. But having already taken the chalk-tasting Bonine, we were ready for anything the seas could toss at us. The views of Capri as we reached the the ...
... like cigarette smoke or body odor. It was hot and people's sweaty bodies were touching my arms. It was not an enjoyable experience. The two men in front of me sensed I had no idea where I was going as I kept looking out to see which stop we were at. They got off at the Circumvesuviana train stop and told me, at least I think they did, that my stop was next. I had looked at the list of stops during my 45 minute wait, and was thinking that was my next ...
... the rower serenades you with a song and then it's over. :( You have to pay before you go in and then tip the rower when you are finished. All in all, to see the Blue Grotto it costs about 30 Euros-would be cheaper if you caught a bus there though. :) I would have uploaded photos but my camera is so old school that the photos I took look like grey blobs. No one wants to see grey blobs; as the Italians would say che barba! Lucky Ally took some photos-I will ...
We have also sampled three versions of the traditional Amalfi lemon cake dessert and all three passed the taste test. Delizii!
We wondered the piazza and by now the retail shops were closing for the night. The restaurants and bars would stay open a little longer to cater for the "straying" tourists but for Filippo and Susanna it was time to head for our very comfortable abode and one final glass of wine on our deck before "buona notte"!
... tourists sat down with their tea and latte!
Our mini-bus arrived on time to take us to our boat docked in the small port at Massa Lubrense. We had a great little speedboat waiting for us and were joined on-board by 6 others – a Norwegian family of four and an English couple from Amersham called Gilly and Peter, who we had great fun with. Peter looked a bit like Michael Palin (to us) and had a sharp wit too. So ...