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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Capri
Excellent position a small walk from the main square. Room was small and dated. Service nothing spectacular.Given the cost of rooms in Capri it was probably value for money though.
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... there was a REAL lemonade stand. I ordered a lemon slushy, which, aside from being delicious, was a perfect method of keeping me cool when I emerged from the shade. I had set it down to take a picture of the Faraglioni, and then moved on to a different area of the garden when a couple from Florida whom I'd briefly met asked if I would take their picture. I sat the slushy down and spent about 5 minutes trying to get the perfect photo for them. Afterward, ...
... credit card and suddenly was overwhelmed with fatigue. I was out at 8:30pm! Not how I intended to spend my evening in Capri, but I guess I needed the rest! Consequently, I've been up since 2:30am. The sun is up now, and I've been able to write this blog post watching the sunrise. A worthy alternative to staying up late, in my opinion. It was 4:30am before the streets became quiet. I figure I can take a nap and be back up and at 'em before most of Capri!
... and very pleased our colour was not "green" I'm sure!
As we were walking the promenade from the ferry to the main beach area, Luigi showed us the row of small boats lined up....small they were, only two cross benches as seats. These were what would have taken us from the beach around the point into the cave....The Blue-Grotto.
Today, sea was too rough and so no cave visit. That was another blessing - bonus I was talking about earlier. Because neither ...
... that have been placed at intervals on the way up. The road went up to 1,200m and then everyone has to walk the remaining 200m rise along a 1 km steep zigzagging path that was well kept, basically of fine gravel. Again it was amazing to watch the big tourist buses divest themselves of their tourists and then reverse out to park along the edge of the road. I was surprised by the number of tourist buses that include this on their itineraries.
It took 20 mins to reach ...
... exploring the rugged coastline of the island, including going under the Faraglioni Rocks. There were also many caves and inlets, including the famous Blue Grotto, to explore.
The boat dropped us off at Marina Grande where we boarded the Funiculare, a small train built on a weird angle so the passengers can stand up straight while it makes it's way up the steep mountain side to the Piazzetta.
After a quick lemon granita, a local ...