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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beach. Took a while to decide that 12.50 euros for the private part of the beach with a lounger and umbrella was the best alternative but as soon as we lay down in the shade I knew that it was money well spent. It was the most refreshing swim I had ever had and was so stunning to look back at the shore and see buildings that would not get building permits in New Zealand but were nevertheless stunning. I fell asleep on the beach after a while and ...
... with the sunshine. So despite missing out on the 3 things we wanted to do, the villa, blue cave and the mountain view, we really enjoyed Capri.
We collected our bags and headed down the maze of paths. We came to a road and no obvious path down. We found one and headed down just to find it ended with a locked gate. Back up we spotted the sign that said 'cul de sac'. Up the road it took a while to find a way down. We had just 10 minutes ...
... at hotel not good) overlooking the beach/bay/terraced houses were lovely and memorable.
6. Bumping into the same Canadian couple who we had met at dinner and had a great chat with. In English!
7. Capri was SO full of tourists (like us) yet a worthwhile day trip of boat trips and ski lifts helping to show off the rugged beauty of the island.
8. Capri - Long queues for vernacular and ...
... ever been here, falls madly in love with Positano.
I then wander through the narrow lanes covered overhead with ivy or bouganvillea that create much needed shade and are lined with shops, ranging from local wares, olive oils, lemoncello, jewellery to art galleries and handmade sandals. Opening onto a piazza I enter the domo (church) and am immediately awestruck by the beauty of the ornate interior...my goodness the italians certainly know how ...
... Generally the pipers play in pairs, one the bagpipe itself and another the shawm or other wind instruments and it is traditionally played by shepherds or farmers who move temporarily in town for the Christmas period. The "couple" of pipers is also a permanent feature of the crib and particularly the Neapolitan crib , where they are generally placed the "hut" or "cave" of the Holy Family ...