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Friendly & helpful staff, great location and excellent fixtures & appliances.
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This morning we were sad to be leaving our farm stay in Tuscany and especially our lovely hosts Emilio and Giselda.We packed up and braced ourselves for another game of charades as we tried to buy some of Emilio's wine, sauce and jams. Clint and the kids headed off to make the purchases, while I finished feeding Lily.
Tess came back excited. Their daughter, Daniella and her family were home from their holiday, and they could speak English!!We found out more about each ...
... So at 2.30 we boarded a tram bus driven by a fantastic women driver and headed out on the open road to Vesuvius. It stopped 1000 metres from the top and Morris and I walked right up to the top, it was very steep and very hard as I was wearing thongs, but we did it I was so excited when we got to the top and could see into the sleeping crater that I forgot the time difference to Melbourne and rang Simone 12.45 am sorry darling So after ...
We day tripped on the bus first to Positano and then onto Amalfi, both were very pretty. The bus trip to Positano was itself amazing as the views the whole way were stunning. The trip between Positano and Amalfi was not so good as an extra forty passengers meant standing up, that was ok but the heat was not and by the time we arrived I was over heating and Chris said his legs were dripping. After having a swim and eating lunch we ...
... find our car's destination and make the nominated train. Let's just say the Perugia train station's usual inhabitants don't make it a lovely place to have to wait an hour but it was no big deal and we eventually got our train to Rome. Easy enough and after a quick rest stop and a sandwich for lunch we made it onto our train to Naples - just! Arriving at Naples at 4.15pm (yes the 5 hours we'd budgeted had already expired) ...
... water, simply stunning. We finally arrived in Praiano and almost managed to find our accommodation. We did stop just shy of our final destination and a lovely Italian man rang the contact number and got us sorted. Added bonus - he was cute! We met our contact and parked the car then proceeded to get our first experience of walking on the Amalfi coast. There are lots (and lots) of stairs and steep climbs. Obviously with everything cut out of the cliff face there ...