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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... after about 5 km of twisting narrow road...which is why you need a calm relaxed driver. Houses, hotels and garages all somehow are built into the cliff side with the Mediterranean far below. Then you round a few hairpins and there is a sandy cove far below. We stopped in Positano for the requisite walk down through the Main Street...using the term loosely since it is a narrow pedestrian ...
... slugs and ******** (which I won) before heading up the road for a cup of gelato (choc hazelnut and strawberry) and then a second cup (banana and coconut), just because. Back at our hostel we played some more cards before heading to the hostels rooftop, where we ran into the Australian girl we had met the day before. We sat with her and her Brazilian friend for a while, trying the alcoholic "strawberry milkshake" they were drinking, a mix of milk and ...
... island of Capri. The traditional way to tour the towns of Amalfi is by a bus trip along the terrifying cliffs, or a ferry. In fact most people travel one direction by bus and then the other by boat to get both experiences. This had been our plan until dinner that night. What really sold us on renting the boat was that they stopped at several spots around Capri, dropped anchor and went swimming at their leisure.
So the next morning we found ourselves at the ...
... more than a few.
The town of Amalfi was gorgeous as well! We had lunch at this local restaurant recommended by the man who helped us park our car. We ordered a few pizzas and some pasta for the five of us and it was delicious. We spent the rest of our time walking around the town, trying limoncello, and eating gelato.
Next, we were back on the road to Sorrento. We had a small mishap in Sorrento - those ...
... they mainly farm lemons for Limoncelo and olives. There are also various other fruit trees, a huge vegie patch, pigs, chickens, goats and kittens.
We wandered along the little sloping paths through the lemons trees and olive groves, with the sea as the back drop. Amazing. The smell of the lemons was beatiful. His dad Ferdinand, showed us how they graft the lemon trees, prune them, we also got a chance to pick the lemons, and also how the pergolas ...