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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We headed off to Capri saying goodbye to the southern end of Italy. We were thrilled to see all of the places we had travelled through from the sea on our way back towards Naples. As we approached Capri there were a few clouds overhead and we neede to plan our day. We knew roughly what we wanted to cover and it was queues dependant which we did first as we knew that this place could get busy being so touristy. As we were carrying our knapsacks from checking ...
... a beautiful old town with much Italian charm. We went down a few less touristy alley ways that even Italian motorists could not call streets and we got an idea of how old this little town is. I would love to visit when it isn't so busy. The taxi cabs are all convertibles and luggage is shuttled from the dock by porters driving open back cart/truck combo looking things, with luggage stacked and held on with cords. We saw some beautiful homes behind big gates and off in ...
... wobbling legs! We also explored many of the little caves around the island. Most of them were filled with dead birds, but there was this one little delightful cave called the love cave that went deep into the mountain but had shallow sea water. We also enjoyed a few drinks and sun-baking on the stern of the boat.
We participated in a free liquor tasting session after we hopped off the boat. We tasted three variations of ...
... the train only to see the doors close as we approached. Rats! But then , they opened the doors and let us in. Hooray! We got off and proceeded to get our tickets for Pompeii. There were alot of people at the entrance, but once we got inside it wasn't so bad.
Pompeii was incredible! Its 33 acres and we walked around for 4 1/2 hours and saw about 2/3s of it. Most ...
... what it was, and Ray had a warm crepe filled with Nutella, yes, Nutella. She was in heaven.
We then returned to the villa to shower, rest, consolidate our wine stash (drink the remainder of one of the bottles), and take in the much talked about sunset. Neither the sunset, nor the wine for that matter, disappointed. Oh, on our way back up, we hiked the mountain this time, and vowed to never hike it ...