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Capri as home base for Amalfi Coast

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Hi all - hoping for some words of wisdom. Heading to Italy with family (includes 2 kids, 13 and 11). Plan is to go July 2015. As it stands, we are doing a bit too much hopping around. Want to see Capri and Amalfi coast and we came up with the idea of staying on Capri for 4-5 nights and taking ferries to the Amalfi coast as day trips on a couple of those days. This way, we still maintain just one residence the entire time and not have to pack up and move luggage (although we hope to travel light).

Wise plan? Ferries seem like short trips but not sure if there are long waits for the ferries. Also, I realize that there are other important considerations I'm likely not thinking of.

Thank you in advance for any advice!

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