Al Borgo Torello
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... We are staying at Palazzo Avino which is as gorgeous as we had hoped, with more spectacular views from every part of the hotel over the mountainous coastline and the sea. It is undoubtedly the spot to relax after a busy week and we have spent today exploring Ravello on foot. It has an atmosphere all its own and is pretty special to be honest. It has a Duomo of course, with a pair of carved marble Urns from the ...
... in 1932 by a local sailor, Luigi Buonocore. The grotto was named "Emerald" for the incredible colors that filter from an underground opening and fill the cave with intense nuances of green. The inside of the cavern is filled with stalagmites, stalactites and strange "work of arts" created by time and nature.The Emerald Grotto combines the characteristic of an inland grotto with those of a ...
... alleyways to find a ceramic factory. The quality of their work was amazing. The owner was a creative genius.
Then I needed to get to work and proceeded to tour two 5 star properties in Ravello. Palazzo Avino and the Hotel Caruso Belvedere. Both properties were outstanding. Each was a former private villa with approximately 50 hotel rooms or less. I was impressed by the hospitality of each location to take their time to show me ...
... tourist board we would add a bit more role play - smoke and ash imagery to get visitors in the, slightly morbid, mood of the day.
Having roasted ourselves in this silent city for most of the morning, only being called back to Apollo for brunch (we are still on the two meals a day to save money bit) when neither of us could talk for being 'hangry' - Ellie you know what we mean :o) we set off along the beautiful Amalfi coast, which really does live up to ...
... built. Walked to the Villa Cimbrone very well known & fabulous villa. Built in the 8th Century by the Romans but discovered again in the 19th Century by Ernest Beckett & Lord Grimthorpe who rebuilt and designed the gardens we see today for the public to experience! The Terrace of Infinity, The Crypt, the Cloister, tea rooms, rose garden, statues and basically left an everlasting memorial of their creativity & artistic flare. It was ...