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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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After our amazing meal at Villa Margherita, we awoke to a dreary day with low lying cloud. We had intended to go back up to Anacapri as there were still many sites to see up there. However, we decided to go down the hill in the Funiculare to Marina Grande to look at the shops and boats along the waterfront. We talked to one of the "Blue Grotto" …
We have really been looking forward to this part of the trip. Capri has had a reputation as an earthly paradise ever since Roman times. The sheer beauty of its dramatic scenery, the crystal clear water, its lush vineyards and lemon and olive groves add to the mythic power of Capri.
We caught a fast ferry from Naples along with 200-300 other …
We were woken by a loud thunderstorm and very heavy rain, but by the time we went for breakfast it had blown over. The rest of the day was mostly cloudy, with occasional sunny spots. We thought that it would be good to do one of the nature walks to the famous Arco Naturale - where you can see the turquoise water through a large hole in a rock. …
... the seedy streets of Naples – at least the area that we were in – before we made our way back to Bellini Square. Bellini Square was right below our bedroom and EVERY NIGHT hundreds of young locals sit and by DeleteAd"> chat, drink, smoke, argue etc… in this area. Markets, restaurants and café’s pop up on dark and the place gets packed. It was pretty cool – for about 10 minutes, but we needed sleep – window shutters and ...
... it was time to tackle the last visit on my list: the Grotta Azzura (Blue Grotto). The Blue Grotto is a small cave that when the light shines in, it makes the water a fluorescent blue. It was discovered in 1926 by a German poet and has been a main attraction ever since. While I enjoy writing, and do my best to make you feel like you're experiencing the trip with me, Mark Twain describes it better than I ever could:
"The entrance to the cave ...