JK Place Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on Filippo!
Perhaps the best bonus of the Personal Tour choice was not only the very stylish vehicles, the very good-looking Italian guides, but also no queuing! So while Filippo and Susanna waited by the pier taking or posing for snaps, Luigi did the leg work and bought the tickets for the ferry jet.
It too left right on time. Luigi seated us in what experience told him were the best seats. He had time to go over the day's plan and just when we were ready ...
... cliffs of Capri. There is a small delightful gelato/fruit juice stall just before the entrance, so we all had gelato which was lovely, there are some of the stunning villas high up in the main town area and we peeked into gardens and little allotments, imagining the splendour inside these Capri villas. Capri is a good place to get some souvenirs and cheap leather goods. My friends bought some souvenirs including fridge magnet which were ...
... drinks that had fallen out of people's hands, I was just thankful we didn't see any bodies. I am such a tough guy, aren't I? We got to the top and Ashley thought the ride was great of course. The 360 degree views from up top were absolutely gorgeous and worth the 10 euros and stress. The Mediterranean is the darkest blue water I've ever seen. After another wonderful pasta dinner we called it a day.
... woman who was travelling alone through Italy. She was really nice and walked down to the ferry port after it turned out we had gotten onto the wrong bus. We sat by the very busy tourist beach and ate our lunch, tomatoes and crackers, because we didn't want to pay the inflated costs on the incredibly touristy island.
Making our way back to Naples on the slow ferry, we decided we wanted to find somewhere to watch the sunset and eat dinner. We asked ...
... exploring the rugged coastline of the island, including going under the Faraglioni Rocks. There were also many caves and inlets, including the famous Blue Grotto, to explore.
The boat dropped us off at Marina Grande where we boarded the Funiculare, a small train built on a weird angle so the passengers can stand up straight while it makes it's way up the steep mountain side to the Piazzetta.
After a quick lemon granita, a local ...