Via Roma in Capri, with the mountainous terrain of Monte Solano in the background.
Piazza Umberto in Capri - prime spot for people-watching.
Shops and boutiques along via Botteghe in Capri.
More scenery from our hike around the southern coast of Capri.
Joe, at the beginning of our 500-mile hike along the southern coast of Capri (the famous Faraglioni rocks are in the background).
Joe, taking a break while hiking -- that's Sorrento and mainland Italy in the background.
At the end of our 500-mile hike, the limestone Arco Naturale with dizzying views to the water far below.
Early evening, relaxing in our usual seats at The Gran Caffe in the middle of the Piazetta.
In Anacapri, you can take a ski lift ride to the top of Monte Solano (that's Joe in front of me).
The famous Faraglioni rocks.
From the top of Monte Solano, looking out over Capri and further out, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast.
Joe with the town of Anacapri in the background.
Dramatic scenery and high cliffs that competely surround the island of Capri.
More rocky coastline around Capri.
The Faraglioni rocks, up close; don't forget to make a wish as you pass beneath the arch.
The Piazetta in Capri -- the center of all social activity on the island.
Joe, standing on the long stairs that lead up to the Duomo in Amalfi.
The Duomo in Amalfi; construction began in 1276 at the height of the town's maritime dominance.
Inside the Duomo, a clear reminder of the prominence of Amalfi until a devastating earthquake in 1343.