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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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... boat leaves from Sorrento for the twenty five minute trip to Capri.
Again, Mario showed his vast experience negotiating some very hair-raising manouvres with skill, patience and a calmness that really impressed both Phillip and me. It made for a relaxed and enjoyable trip. This time, we didn't stop at any "touristy points", as we had an appointment to keep one hour and a bit away.
Right on time and waiting expectantly was our very "dishy", younger brother, by ...
... style from above, spanning the street in the Italian afternoon sun.
After many busy, busy days we enjoyed relaxing and dining on our verandas once again. We feasted on local mozzarella, Italian ham, crackers, bread, fruit, other local cheeses; tasty desserts supplemented by Ravine. Of course we managed to down lots of wine and cocktails. More music, laughter and fun times as we sailed up the Italian coast on our last evening on the Quest.
... an outstanding view across to the Capri landmark, the Faraglioni rocks or the beautiful bell tower of St James Certosa. The gardens give the visitors brilliant photographic opportunities and perfect place to take a stroll over the landscaped viewing; down to Via Krupp after visiting the gardens and also the gardens is a good spot for sunset. There is an entrance fee for 1 euro to get in which is worth every cent for the views of I Faraglioni ...
... you up there. Because we are so good looking we are used to paparazzi, so this didn't phase us as we ate our lunch.
We met our guide, Gionni, down at the Marina and we hopped into our boat. He had set it up so you could lie down with pillows and towels all along the boat. Very comfortable! We had planned for 3 hours including some time to go swimming. Gionni took us around the entire island and it was really incredible how well ...
... also walked from Anacapri to the Blue Grotto but did not go in – about an hour’s walk which luckily was downhill. Of course, we caught the bus back up the hill although this is an experience in itself – very narrow windy roads on the side of cliffs, with drivers who think they are in a Grand Prix.
Back in Anacapri Sue chose to go through Villa San Michele. This was built by Swedish physician and writer, Axel Munthe. He is one of the many ...