La Casa d'Amare
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... park with benches, palm like trees and a fountain that is faced with small ceramic tiles. Even the parking lots are beautiful here!! So we figured out how to get back to Salerno without losing our minds and our lunch!! We hired a private car which takes 1 hour as opposed to 3!! There are a number of places that do this for a variety of prices. Our driver, Edy, will pick us up here and take us directly to the train station. Hopefully it's ...
... we we stopped for the most delicious lunch accompanied by the most extraordinary view. We had a beautiful and very traditional caprese salad and stuffed zucchini flowers that literally changed my life. They were sooooooo delicious!!! Yuuuuuuummmy!!!! I feel like God and man came together to make Positano the most breathtaking place on earth. On the one hand the breathtaking white cliff faces, green lush foliage and beautiful flowers at ever turn, ...
... and our hotel is opposite the beach. I can hear the crashing waves from my balcony as I write this! We've just found out that as the weather forecast for tomorrow isn't very good so we won't be going to Capri on the boat. Instead we'll travel by a small local coach to Amalfi and then up the mountain the the town of Ravello. A couple of people have said they're not going because the road is so narrow but it's something I wouldn't ...
Giovanna and Roseanna drive us to Rosarna train station in the morning. We are up early and see Carmelo and Vincenzo before they leave for work and school respectively. Carmelo gifts to me 2 clay bricks that are around 250 yrs old, they are hollow and light. I love them and hope I can get them home in one piece and through customs as well.
We drop in to see Angelina and it is a tearful farewell from everyone! We do not know when we will see her again, but ...
... catering to the vacationer. This place is called an apartment, I think people actually live there full-time, but it is a hotel too. We will be staying for 13 days straight. No need to go look at other places, we put down a deposit.
Now we can take a bus to Cetera, another seaside town. Ride along the Amalfi Coast again, this time actually can look around at the stupendous views. If you ever get ...