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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We took the hydrofoil from Amalfi to Capri in the morning and met our guide Luigi at Marina Grande. The Blue Grotto was closed due to the weather so he took us straight up to Anacapri. We were introduced to Salvatore who makes beautiful sandals and even made sandals for ...
... a tip). We were lucky to see it as many times they have to cancel as the sea is too rough to go through the entrance of the Grotto. Once the whole boat had visited the Blue Grotto and we were all back on board the boat we motored for about an hour around the island. It was a very rugged coastline. We went past a very important light house, rocky holes in the rock, other grottos which they backed the boat into with a stalagmite that ...
... very tasty with a fresh cone made only seconds before. We then caught another bus down to the port, had a lemon soda whilst we waited for our ferry - a bigger one this time (ferry, that is) though the trip back to Sorrento took a little longer - about 40 minutes. Back to Sorrento, we were driven to the hotel, had a quick change and we were in the pool to cool down. Just what we needed. Next change, rest, dinner and bed. Another rest day tomorrow. Must buy a ...
... must have been at least a Papal audience today, if not something more. If they were going to fill St Peter's again, that would mean three such events in three days. I suppose it means they don't have to keep moving furniture, but it makes the whole thing a very busy time.
We got back to our coach, (not allowed to call it a bus) and we left Rome. Apart from a lunch and toilet break of 30 minutes (Talk about gulping food down. The roadside cafeteria was ...
... Capri isn't far from Praiano, to get to it took some effort. We first needed to catch the local bus from here at Piazza San Luca to Positano. We then walked down from the main road of the Amalfi coast to Positano's jetty via narrow, winding roads stuffed with tourists, to catch the fast ferry to the Isle of Capri which trip took 30 minutes. Once on Capril, we had to catch the Funicular up the cliff from Marina Grande to ...