Casa Dominova Bed and Breakfast
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We passed beautiful beautiful coastline and country side today, it was lovely but the camera on my phone just doesn't work through windows. Setting off at 7.30 we didn't arrive in our hotel till 6, making it a big day. We caught the train to La Spezia, another to Roma, another to Naples (where we ha a lovely slice of pizza and some juice) and yet another to Sorrento, via underground tube. Full on. Along the way we spied crumbling castles on mountain tops, surfers and white ...
Forget all my other loves I seriously have a new one Positano and the Almalfi Coast. Oh my goodness so beautiful. Left Rome about 8ish to head south to Sorrento. Our regular driver Vincenzo has had to take some days off, the bus drivers are only allowed to drive for 12 days straight and since we are now day 14 Vincenzo has been replaced with Luigi, bring back Vincenzo I say as Luigi's driving is a little manic and rough and trying to get the big bus ...
... as the VERY narrow winding roads were often only wide enough for one vehicle and so there was much stopping, reversing, manoeuvring and breath holding!! On our next day we took a tour out to the island of Capri on a sunny 26 degree day. Our tour took us past the blue grotto and dropped us at a small pier with a pretty and secluded beach (no sand here though- only giant pebbles). We had plenty of time to explore Capri town and Anacapri, visiting the gardens, (window) shopping and ...
... to Amalfi. Hung on by my fingernails and only looked out in the distance to Capri.
We had been to Positano 5 years ago...one of our favorite small coastal towns...lots of grapefruit sized lemons (they make limoncello out of the rinds.... yum).
We walked down to the ocean, rocky beach but the water is such a beautiful blue. Had a cappuccino and then headed back up to purchase a few souvenirs....found a dress shop and bought Siena and baby girl A ...
When we got off the train in Napoli, we had a driver of some sort that was supposed to pick us up and take us to our place in Positano. I heard it was about an hour and a half drive. The man's name was Ugo, and he was the friendliest, funniest person I had met so far. He was dressed really nicely in a dress shirt and sweater, and it was obvious that he was the boss of the company. He asked the Whole family for our names and age, and then began to call my dad ...