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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... There is so much to look at, to hear, to see; people singing in restaurants, gelato sellers on every corner, kids riding about on bikes, colours everywhere. I would never have guessed there were so many people in this little place - perhaps they only come out at night?
We wander back up to our hotel, and the climb is not as onerous as I thought it might be. The moon is out and the sky is clear as we head back to the hotel. And more bag ...
... of the Italian bullet-train going by every few minutes outside our window! The hotel had pull-down metal window shades that protected us from the sound a bit. After breakfast we drove, partially through a blinding rainstorm, the rest of our trip down to the exit to go over the mountains to Ravello, our destination for the next 5 nights. AHA, NOW we know we are in Italy!!! The tiny winding roads through the towns, with no signage whatsoever, and ...
... on the steps in the photo's. The girls also received a live demonstration in French kissing, but that's a story for another day!
We walked to the top of the town to visit the paper making factory and then jumped on a bus for Positano, which is around 20km away. One hour later, after 14 narrow misses and dancing cheek to cheek with 2 or 3 buses, and waiting for a hypoglycemic German lady to pull herself towards herself, we got off at the SECOND ...
... villa the latter one of two villas for which the town is famous. Built in the 13th century, the villa's guests have included popes and kings, as well as Richard Wagner, who composed part of his opera Parsifalhere in 1880. Views from its idyllic gardens are magnificent, as are those from the nearby Villa Cimbrone. Ravello overlooks the towns of Scala, Atrani and busy Amalfi, and from some ...
... it back to the hotel. However, all turned ok. Tutto bene! All is good.
Out of all my bus rides, this was the first "Mario Andretti" driver I have ever experienced! I don't know if it was because it was later in the day and there was less traffic or what, but this bus driver was really an expert! He was also SO funny as he would yell through the window at any stupid driver who didn't give way to his oncoming bus. One time, there was a driver in ...