Hotel Regina Cristina
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... Susanna had yet recovered their stomachs so the thought of transferring into anything smaller than we had just elited from was not a good thought...and it would not have happened!
Again, thanks to great planning, our chauffeur was waiting for take the three of us up and across the island to Anacapri. We would explore Capri township later.
Right now, Luigi explained there are three main sections on this small island. Capri, where we landed, the main ...
... a hint of what the island must have been like before mass tourism and jetsetters. Munthe wrote a book about building the villa that became an international best-seller around 1900, and was largely responsible for making the island of Capri so famous outside Italy. The garden grounds are lovely with unparalleled views of Capri town, the Marina Grande and even Vesuvius in the far distance.
The island of Capri is synonymous ...
This was one of our best days in Italy. We took a private boat tour from Positano to Capri. There were 10 of us total on the boat, 6 from our party. The best way to Positano is from the water, it is spectacular. Our captain, Stefano, is a native of Positano and had lots of good stories and information. We drove along the coast and the water was an azure blue that was clear and ...
... what was called an Omelette Pancake Flambe. Thinking that it was some sort of local dish you can imagine our surprise when an egg omelette, on fire, turned up at our table. Not the way we expected to finish off the night but it did make us laugh.
Tomorrow we leave this paradise for our trip to Florence. We are really looking forward to seeing Florence, the birth place of the renaissance, but have agreed we must return one day to beautiful ...
... back at the apartment.
The boat ride home was a little smoother. I actually got a bit sunburned. The driver took us for a tour around the island…..very pretty. He showed us the Grottos. Which are caves where the sun reflects brilliantly on its limestone bottom. There is a ‘Blue’, ‘White’ and ‘Lovers” Grotto. They were very pretty. When we got to the Lover’s Grotto the story is if you touch it (the cave) you will have ...