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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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... were stabbed or poisoned.
They aren't allowed to build any more buildings so only a limited number of tourist can stay on the island. It was apparent by the way people dressed and the luxury brand name fashion stores that this was where the wealthy stay. We were told Barbara Streisand and many other A grade actors and actresses stay in Capri during the summer.
We caught a bus that went up to a windy road along the cliff ...
... travelers throughout the centuries.
Geologically speaking, the island is Karst, underlaid with limestone which has been eroded by dissolution over the years forming fantastical ridges towers and sinkholes in the rock. This process over time separated Capri from the mainland. The island of Capri is composed of two municipalities: Capri and Ana Capri,each with their own administration and touch of regional rivalry. The latter is built on a ...
... and scenic. We passed the Marina Grande which is the port where the ferry from Sorrento and Naples arrives. It looks like a charming fishing village from the ferry but is a little grungy upon closer inspection; you can also ride the funicular up to the town of Capri and we stopped a little while near the blue Grotto; blue grotto tour was cancelled due to strong wave, it was lovely to see the Capri Island in different perspective from the sea, ...
... the chairlift we caught up with Caroline and took the bus back to Capri where we were lured into an excellent gelateria by the small of freshly cooked waffle cones. We caught up with Lorraine and Jeff and headed back down the amazing stone pathway back to the little marina and home. The boat stopped at 2 or 3 other scenic spots before taking us back to Sorrento where we dropped back off at the campsite beach.
... of shops selling this treat, which consists of many layers of deliciously thin pastry encasing an orange-semolina custard filling, but I was not convinced that any of them were the famed shop I was looking for. It was time for another coffee, so we settled on a cafe selling the pastry and just pretended that it was the best sfogliatelle in Naples (and it tasted pretty damn fine too)! Full from a morning of too much food, we strolled around the Centro Storico area, a very old ...