Casa Correale Rooms & Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... talking. We had a boat cruise around Capri booked, tired and feeling the cheap wine i questioned how well it would go for me. The seas were very choppy, some of the worse I have been on for sure, ppl screaming at times, a lot of people looking grim and one poor girl vomited for a good portion of the hour ride to the island. The waters were too bad for us to stop in some places but it didn't make the island any less pretty. Lots of really amazing looking cliff formations ...
... the gardens and sea views before heading back down for lunch. Caught the 1pm ferry back and then had some time to ourselves at the hotel. Squared away some of the gifts and sorted bags. David had a sleep and I went for a bit of a walk down to the cliff top and the other hotel on the site. Great views there and lovely gardens full of palms and flowers, little paths and hidden surprises. 4pm and we headed away on mini buses to Amalfi Coast and Positano. Wow. What a ...
... and standing, cats and dogs, and other buses, too. The driving can’t be easy; we were glad to leave it to a professional. Today’s buses were 24-passenger types. This is the low tourist season and the rainiest month of the year for the area. I can’t imagine what the traffic is like in the high season. Must be crazy.
In Positano, the driver let us off as far into town as he could, but still pretty high ...
... one of the curves we came across a farmer walking 70 or so goats and sheep down the middle of the road, he hurdled them to the side to make room for us to pass and they all followed his command except one little straggling goat ..... A rebel in every crowd. At the end of every day's adventure talk usually turns to how we would like to return to the area and spend more time.... Today was no different ... We all loved our time on the Amalfi ...
... city. There were over 20,000 people living here and it was a bustling and busy city. Then Mount Vesuvius erupted on August 24 in the year 79 and that was all she wrote. The town was wiped out, covered in 30 to 50 feet of ash. Those that weren't killed by the ash and falling lava stones and rock, were later killed by the poisonous gas that followed. The town site was only discovered around 1600 and excavations started 300 or so years ago and continue still. As we walk through the ...