Hotel Il Girasole
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We took the hydrofoil from Amalfi to Capri in the morning and met our guide Luigi at Marina Grande. The Blue Grotto was closed due to the weather so he took us straight up to Anacapri. We were introduced to Salvatore who makes beautiful sandals and even made sandals for ...
The boat trip from Positano to Capri was about 45 minutes and sailed along the Amalfi coast in the Bay of Sorento until it needed to cross into the Bay of Naples to Capri. We sailed pass the islands where the fabled Sirens lured the sailors to the rocks where they where shipwrecked (from Homer's Iliad). On arriving we hopped straight into a Convertible taxi that seated 6 in the back ...
... shuttle service from the town of Salerno, just south of Positano, to Capri and then on to Positano and Sorrento. All these towns use the ferries or buses and cars to commute from Napoli, where tourists like us arrive from wherever.
Back to Capri Marina Grande where our ferry parked - It was a bit crowded, touristy and "Manly-ish" for us, and we both spotted this large white building, away from the madding crowd, which looked like ...
... that kept the soup hot for the first take away food shops. When he came to explain about the legalised prostitution and the ways brothels advertised their services, they were gasping. There were many jokes racing around when we were shown the frescoes that decorated the lintels of the bedrooms in the brothels. There was genuine horror when they saw the stone beds and pillows. It took some time for many of them to take in the fact that extra mattresses were ...
... s not producing something. The walk up to the Villa of Tiberius (or Villa Jovis which is the correct name) was totally exhausting in the heat. We kept saying, "This bloody Villa had better be worth all this effort!" Well, the villa wasn't worth it. There was hardly anything of note left - no mosaics, no columns, no statutes, only some crumbling buildings. The saving grace was the location and magical view. It was built on a peak ...