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    Brooklyn, NY
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    Spending time at the beach, baking, gardening, bowling.
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  1. If anyone has recently taken a taxi from P. Roma to the port could you please let me know what the charge was....I would like to have an idea as there are 15 of us. I'm guessing the younger ones could take the people mover but for us older folk a taxi would be so much easier. Thanks
  2. Another option is to join your roll call....you can usually find others willing to share a ride(cost is per car not per person)...or join in with someone who is looking for others to join. First trip we did just that for a British Isles cruise...we had a super organizer...had a full bus going to the port and they had to put a trailer on the back for all the luggage! Have continued to do that on our other trips and it has worked out fine! Have a great trip!
  3. I don't think an hour is enough....you don't want to be rushed....take the time to enjoy it! Do try to go early as the line to get back to the cable car can be very long especially if there are other ships in port leaving around the same time.
  4. We did not pre-book, Found out lots of info on these boards including the link to the ferry company: http://www.aegeantravellersantorini.com/transfer-to-oia-by-speedboat-private-bus-back-to-fira/ You should reserve your return bus as soon as you get off the bus in Oia. Have a great trip!
  5. Our first time there we took the local bus to Oia and back. 2nd trip (3 years ago) we took the ferry to Oia with their bus ride back to Fira. Someone mentioned that they may no longer have the bus going back in which case you would need to get the local bus or a taxi back. Whatever you take...Oia is well worth it! Would love to go back again!
  6. It is very easy to catch the boat to Capri right at the port....you don't need the ship excursion. Have a great time! You should book your return trip right after you get off the boat in Capri though so you have a spot at the time you want to return. I remember the ride taking about an hour.
  7. I am going to reserve the taxi since there are so many of us. I need to put in a time....does anyone know how long it might take to get our luggage. go thru immigration and get to the desk? We are due to arrive at 11:30 am. Thanks
  8. Hopefully not...according to the Motoscafi site: No. of passengers: the price remains unchanged for up to 4 occupants; from 5 upwards, a € 10,00 surcharge is applied per person.The maximum capacity of our water taxis is 10 people and 12 suitcases. For parties of more than 10, further motorboats must be booked.
  9. Unfortunately you can't do Pompeii, Amalfi Coast and Capri....there just isn't enough time! I would do Pompeii and Amalfi Coast and leave Capri for next time! Highly recommend Joe Banana Limos and you can tell them what you want...they will work with you. Have a wonderful trip!
  10. Here you go folks..... Uber Helicopter.......all you need is $$$ https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/05/travel/uber-helicopter-nyc-jfk.html
  11. Sorry, waited too long to edit. I went to the website and see that it is 115 euro for up to 4 people. Thanks for posting...looks like the best way for us to go!
  12. Do you know if that 115 euro is per person or per taxi? Also trying to find the best option as we are a group of 10.
  13. Thank you so much for taking us along....I have enjoyed every minute! Safe travels to your home!
  14. Perhaps one of these might do....I wouldn't stay by the airport. https://hotelguides.com/new-york/brooklyn-ny-nyc-cruise-port-hotels.html
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