Dint' a Torre Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pool (2.4m deep at deepest) so I had a quick dip as it was a big chilly. As we had had such a big and later lunch we had a snack in the bar, did some washing and set the alarm for the morning.
Luke (IF) we have had to buy a new tube of Colgate toothpaste. They are not flip-tops but have the old style screw on lids.
Amalfi Coast - Lemon & Grape Terraces - If there was a space on the hill they had ...
... a good laugh. We spooned the tomato on, put the cheese on, and a sprinkle of olive oil. Then slid in a big pizza oven. They only took three minutes to cook. Back to the table then to have a piece of the delicacy. Not that any of us were hungry.
Dessert was a piece of cake soaked in limoncello, and then a drink of limoncello, creamy if you wanted.
We had the same bus driver back to the hotel, and he hadn't improved. Came to a ...
... we get to sail for about four hours! Departed Amalfi at 09:30 am and 20kt winds had us flying along at top speed of 8.8kts. We arrived at Castellammarie di Stabia on Ischia in time for happy hour and went ashore for dinner. We found a place with sidewalk tables. Food was just ok, the service was dreadful – it took almost two hours for them to serve us. We were exhausted from lack of sleep, so to bed by 10 pm.
... the best way to see the place. It's very pretty. Lots of old monastic buildings now converted into exclusive hotels with private beaches. After the boat it was time to explore Amalfi on foot, it's not a huge place and it didn't take long to get away from the shops and crowds and out into the less touristy areas. We got as far up the hill as the paper mill / museum but didn't go in. After all, it's just paper. Lunch came next, followed ...
... train tickets was even trying to rip us off by not giving correct change, the train was packed, we passed places littered with rubbish and squatters. Sorrento was the end of the line and we wondered what we were coming into. Bright lights, shops restaurants, Xmas decorations throughout the streets so that was a surprise. Well off to another volcano affected area today, hercum.....something, closer to Naples, great. This time with ...