Well, we woke up to very stormy, rainy, cold weather. Yuk. We had an all day tour booked to go to the Isle of Capri, and it was still on, so we dug out our rain gear and headed out. We boarded a jetfoil for the 1 hr ride to the island. It was packed with people. I guess many people work over there. Either that or they were just crazy tourists like we were. The ride was fairly calm despite the stormy weather. We arrived at a very quaint looking harbor, although it was hard to see through the driving rain and the fog that was blocking most of the Island from view. This was not looking any better. We then boarded a bus to Anacapri, which is located on the top of the Island. This was a very narrow one way road and these Islanders really know how to drive these roads. Not a fender-bender in sight, though we came very close. We arrived at the top and walked around some of the shops. We had a very nice respite from the rain, and enjoyed an Italian lunch with heat and a view…I think. Back out into the rain for some more shopping, or at this point the free limoncello samples that the shops were giving out. Hey, anything to stay warm, right? Well, the weather was just getting worse and the guide was getting a little cranky, so we decided to pack it in an hour early. To give the guide credit, she did take a poll and everyone decided that they had enough, and really did not want to take a tour of the gardens in the mud and rain. So, downhill on the funicular tram and the boat ride back. A hot toddy and shower never looked so good. We have been very fortunate so far with the weather on port days, so this was just a little glitch. This was just a different kind of adventure. A wee bit disappointing, but an adventure none-the-less. I might still get to come back and enjoy this (I am sure) beautiful Island. Maybe the 3rd time might really be the charm since the 1st and 2nd times were bust. My mom, sis, niece, and I were here in Oct. and this tour was cancelled due to weather.