Palazzo della Marra
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... needing to describe the incredible roads and architecture, as I am sure you can picture its beauty, we made it back to Amalfi. We had a whole afternoon to spare so we decided visit the church in the central square of Amalfi which was a short 1 minute walk from the hotel. It was enormous inside, I did not realise how far back into the mountain it went. It kept getting bigger and bigger as we walked in between the beautiful stone pillars. ...
... to Amalfi. The tower in the centre is an old watchtower that were built many years ago so they could send warnings in case of an attack by Pirates. Messages were sent by an early form of text messaging - Smoke!!
Amalfi - The beach of Amalfi. Above the deck chair & umbrellas you can see the roofs of some of the buses in the bus park.
- Our waiter - He must have been 70 at least he was singing Opera as he ...
... hillside and return with fresh tomatoes for breakfast. I also was stung numerous times by what seemed like a pak of jellyfish but was probably the work of a lone one. It was my first time being stung by the little buggers. Probably would have freaked out had I seen them through my goggles as I was swimming in the sea. The other spectacle we enjoyed was the puppet show that was performed every night in the ...
... constantly on the move. We had lunch and then took a boat ride around the island... Each photo I took could pass for a post card as Capri is that beautiful. We got back to the hotel by 5:30 pm and Nancy Dean (our travel consultant) left an email to check out a particular Resturant. We called her about it and decided to ...
... br> We eventually made it far up into the foggy clouds and began to explore. First stop after climbing steep cobbled lanes was Villa Rufio. This grounds of this massive villa perched high on a hill overlooking the Amalfi Coast and the sea are stunning. Wisteria covered lanes, Italian sculptures and fountains, flowers, balconies, grottos, terraces accessed by none other than STAIRS and carved benches lined the landscape. No ...