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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... twenty minutes from Sorrento by the high-speed ferry we took. That ride was much smoother than our earlier passage from Salerno on the regular ferry, good for Mike’s tummy. It’s oddly shaped, with an upper peak and a lower peak with a wide spit of land connecting them. The main port, Marina Grande, is located on that spit together with the sprawling town of Capri. Many visitors get no further than here; tourist shops line ...
... capri hillside. Jac was still filling a bit off colour so I flew the flag and washed a magnificent lunch down with a few frothies. In the afternoon we planned to do a boat trip to the spectacular Azzurra Grotto but due to high seas the tour boat trips were off for the day. We decided to grab the bus for the quieter side of town Anacapri. This was beautiful with a similar feel to Capri without the people, ...
... regardless. Breakfast at the B&B was at 8am (which is obviously early for Italians). It was pretty good with melon, watermelon, filled croissants and cappuccino (with a latte for Wills the bambino). Then we were off to Amalfi township having decided to walk this one the night before. Walking in Amalfi is tricky as I've already mentioned, but with a new view greeting you around every corner, the danger is well worth it. We made ...
... in 14AD.
We went up the funicular to the top of the main town of Capri where we had great views of Mt Vesuvius. The tour guide organised a lunch at a café off the main drag where Susan had a fabulous mixed seafood salad and Simon had Ravioli filled with Mozzarella and a tomato sauce.
The others went off to visit Anacapri, which is in the centre of the Island whereas we went back down to the sea for a swim in the Med. The verdict was we only ...
... was very good. I enjoyed him. He is not permitted to speak in the chapel so much of this explanation took place before we went in. I know that I will buy a good guide to the chapel now. He has whetted my appetite for more. While we were there, a priest gave a blessing and said a brief prayer in several languages. After he finished, people came from all over the chapel to ask him for special prayers. He listened to them all. It must be an exhausting job. Presumably he does not do ...