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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... town Craig was very insistent we would keep our 10 am meet up time the next day. Up we were as we don't break plans. All being a bit tired of course we get to the ticket desk as the very last moment and had to run to catch our ferry. Our ferry stopped in the towns of Positano and Amalfi. The view from the water was incredible. Amalfi was a cute small town that took not much time to explore. Here we spent time relaxing on the beach, adding colour to my already burnt skin. ...
... li>We first went to the Intarsia Woodworkers Museum. Jim was in his element and I couldn't believe the beautiful wood pieces they made. No pictures were allowed so you'll have to take my word for it. They had pieces from the 1700s all the way up to modern day since they still have a school there.
... ready to continue this relaxed way of seeing this region.
Next stop, Phillip's choice, a visit to see parchatrey objects made and sold. Antonio knew a great shop right in Sorrento. Over three floors, wood worked items, made in the traditional way. We were shown the painstaking method still used to produce items with wood inlay. Some very expensive and very, very beautiful. Again, surprises are on their way home, small items you understand. This was ...
... of marble. The rooms are all decorated in blue and yellow with mosaic tiles on the floors. We have a small private balcony overlooking the olive trees planted on the hill behind the hotel. It’s the beginning of harvest time for the olives so the nets have been opened up under them to catch them as the fall from the trees.
No time to unpack and it’s off to drive the Amalfi coast and a visit to Poisitano. This was definitely one of the ...
... was still covered until the 1950s. The tombs have provided us with some of the most interesting pieces. Looking at the style I have learned a lot about the creative process over 2000 years. In Perugia I saw renaissance scroll work and decoration copied from the Romans, and here, Greek decoration later copied by the Romans. Absolutely fascinating. The most famous tomb is the tomb of the diver, named after the famous fresco of a diver diving into water. The diver ...