- I visited Italy last year, during the hot month of July and the Isle of Capri by far is one of my many, most memorable stops. But, I must say, time did not permit me to enjoy as much of the Isle of Capri as mentioned within your article and I know that there will be another much better planned trip to Capri in my future and believe me I will visit Capri again as I am planning to make my home in Italy! Yes, I love Italy that much. I fell in love with Italy as a young girl of `17, revisited last year and I have the goal to live there. Thank you so much for the intricate details of Capri, cell phone access, etc. I will keep this e-article for sure. Stay safe and keep up the excellent work, travel well Sir! Yours truly, Marilynn Hayes - El Cajon, California
- I loved reading your newsletter about Capri. I visited there 5 years ago on a backpacking trip with some friends and after all my international travels it is still one of my favorite places in the world. We were traveling on a budget so we stayed at a small guesthouse called Villa Eva, www.villaeva.com, which is better for people on a budget. It's run by Eva and her family, has beautiful little villas divided up into rooms, a pool, snacks and isn't far from town, the Blue Grotto or another fantastic restaurant on a cliff with amazing views (I forget the name). Plus, Eva came and picked us up from Anacapri after taking the bus up the mountain. I would highly recommend it. Christine L. - DC
- You did a great job on Capri. You should put all your archives into a book and call it a Guide to The World with Johnny Jet. - Dad
- Wow--this trip report was awesome! I was on Capri last summer and absolutely loved it! Your pictures and newsletter brought me back there and I was flooded with great memories. Did you by chance find the Philosopher's Park? It's at the tip of AnaCapri near a restaurant called da Gelsomina. We stumbled upon it as we left the restaurant. There's a little book hanging in a tree with excerpts from the great philosophers. Then you choose your path of realism or idealism, which ultimately meet in the middle. It was very cool. Suzy S - Boston
- I love Capri too. But unfortunately, I was only able to stay there for the day. You have to have a lot of euros to stay overnight there. I went in May 2002 and it was crowded then but no Americans anywhere. What you didn't mention are the flowers. They are everywhere. I love flowers and I have never been anyplace with so much color. Chris McMahon - San Francisco, CA
- Your writings on Capri and the grottos and your Father swimming in are really on target. It is so enjoyable to read. Even your aqua purchase and the scolding of your relatives....I can see it. I miss being there. I shall pass on to my Father the 1000 steps walk. He is there now. Thanks for everything. P.S. I did swim into the blue grotto, and it is not for rookies. Giovanni Romagnoli - Wilmington, Delaware.
- Man, that video of Capri was outstanding. I showed it to my processor and she thinks you’re cute. I recommended her getting glasses. K. Edwards – Arizona
- Loved the newsletter...made me feel as if I were there for it all. Jan R. – New Hampshire
- Have you have traveled to Greece? If so which letter is it? I am planning a trip and wondered if you had any thoughts or insight. Thank you, Merritt G. – REPLY: Unfortunately, I haven’t been to Greece. Hopefully, next year.
- Loved my trip to Capri. Thanks for the tour. I. D. – Idaho
- Wait.... When did your dad and Nancy get married? I read your newsletter all the time; I must have missed the big event! Dee - Corona, CA. REPLY: You didn’t miss anything. I will write about this shortly.
- You’ve got a nice website. Congrats on the big success you’ve had with it. And it was really touching to read about your mom. She seems to have been a super nice lady. Happy travels, Thom H – San Diego
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