We decided to take the Hydrofoil to the small island of Capri.

The island is small – just four miles by two miles.

A white wash church

Yes, the lemons are huge in Italy! From the guidebook: the gigantic, bumpy lemons are actually citrons, called cedri, and are more for show. They’re pulpier than they are juicy, and make a good marmalade.

A view from the top of the island

We took the funicular back down to the marina to catch the hydrofoil to Sorrento.

Here is a sign warning everyone about the dangers of falling in the sea.

Gene, Bonnie, and Trish staying far away from the water as they await the hydrofoil.

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