La Casa d'Amare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... expected and also a lot more like a town - with complete buildings and streets - I was expecting an area of archeological remains !!
We entered via a back door much to the annoyance of all he locals trying to get us to park in the tourist car parks and immediately found inside the roman amphitheatre
It took us around an hour of slow amble to find the main market place and after a quick refreshment stop we headed to ...
... took a long time, even a girl pushing a bike up the mountain beat us, we got a real surprise! Cloud! And loads of it! Should anyone want some close ups of the cloud, you are in real luck! The crater itself was impressive, although in my mind I imagined pools of lava and the odd bubbling from within the beast. Instead it was a big crater that I photograph from all sides. The cloud was so low that you could not see out at all from the top and the cloud was even ...
... below the B&B. It's a tiny little cove but it's perfect. I much prefer this compared to the packed public beaches, lined with chairs and umbrellas and thousands of bodies...The downside here is the beach is large pebbles, making walking in or out of the water not terribly graceful, although the local italians seem to have it worked out, but perhaps their feet are more hardened than mine as we are on the tail end of their summer.
... It is the Hotel Rosa, run by two sisters. Brendan wants to go see Ravello and the gardens there, but soon realizes she is still too weak. So we leave the bags at the hotel and head to the beach for 3 hours. The sand ...
... He checks us in, gives us a map and other info and heads back to the restaurant. The room is spacious and our window backs up to a garden so no neighbors behind us which is nice. We go out to see a little of the town in a somewhat random manner. We find a small church of St. Anthony with a reliquary under the alter. It is small but nice. From there, we head to the main square and enter the more congested part of town. We are staying in an area with much less ...