Hotel Punta del Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and then serving it deboned to each guest at the table. It was really quite incredible. We were both in awe of this perfect day. We lingered a little bit too long over lunch and were transported back to the boat with only 5 minutes left before we had to be back in Positano. Marco was kind enough to stretch our tour and we were taken to a quiet beach where we both went for a swim. I wanted to take a picture of Grant as he jumped into the water but ...
... Calypso, reminded me of something out of a 1950s movies. Down a long winding cobbled path to a verandah that overlooked the valley below and the sea on the horizon. My room was at the end of a long corridor lined with old books, some dating back to 1867. The view was amazing. I didnt let the weather stop my plans so I got aboard one of the tini town buses and headed for ...
... could fit his long, narrow feet!!! :) Surprisingly the line to the grotto was short and we were on a rowboat in no time. The boats hold 4 passengers. I had to snuggle up to another couple on one side while Matt straddled the tour guide on the other. We had to lie down flat while entering the cave and were awestruck when the fluorescent aqua hues appeared. It was then time to bus hop our way back ...
... tower dominated the piazza and provided a cool place to relax. We explored the narrow streets and tourist places but, to be honest, it was very similar to many other small, coastal towns; narrow streets, houses with balconies and washing, terracotta roofs and ceramic tiles. The scenery is the spectacular thing. The hills are terraced but most contain citrus trees. Lemon flavoured, scented and decorated items dominated the souvenir shops. We succumbed to a ...
... the view, besides the running commentary from our driver was priceless as he gave us advice on his favourite wines, where to eat and what to do.
Anacapri was beautiful and we had a relaxing walk around the historical centre soon it was time to find lunch -pizza of course. The town of Anacapri had a quiet pace to it with lots of houses with large vegetable patches and lots of flowers, it is what I would imagine Greece to look like.