JK Place Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Capri
... cruised into the Gulf of Salerno. We got a picture of the outside of the white grotto - a hole in the cliffs that opens up for small boats to show off its beautiful ? inside. Then we cruised by the Faraglioni, a group of 3 very large rocks in the Gulf for which Capri is famous. The seas got a bit rough at this point so that the boat was moving up and down the waves. The driver of the boat wonderfully maneuvered us through the natural arch of the ...
... I thought to myself how thankful I was for the nice guys at the ticket counters, and the guys on the bus that helped me get to where I was going. I am not a fan of Naples, and traversing through the city has proved stressful on both occasions.
As I arrived to the station I was overwhelmed with relief to see a familiar spot, and felt confident about moving forward. I went to the ticket counter and requested a train ticket to Rome. She quoted the ...
... are white and cobblestoned. It reminds me slightly of Mykonos(street wise) except that it is higher up and has more vines and trees. Funnily enough, it reminds me a bit of the streets of Prague too. Again, Capri is probably one of my favourite places. We run into some Americans but most people here seem to be Italian. They had a public holiday on Friday so they are enjoying the long weekend on the Island too.
Once we head back down to the port ...
... caves, grottos, and unusual rock formations.
A sea cave called the Blue Grotto was our first stop of the day. To access it you need to pay a small fee and take a captained rowing boat inside as the entrance is a small hole of only 1.5 metres in diameter which takes some skill to get through! As we approached the cave entrance, the captain screamed “lie down” and we all had to lie as ...
... filled lungs I'd stop whining. The hike up to the top offers literally breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples and the rim of the caldera is very lunar-like. The path is loose gravel composed of pumice and sand, I know this because a lot of it got into my shoes and what didn't end up in my face and hair beat against my legs and it hurt because it felt like little shards of glass against my skin. Robin stayed in her jacket the whole time, it was easily 20 degrees cooler and the wind ...