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Friendly & helpful staff, great location and excellent fixtures & appliances.
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... to have a look at some of the blue water and grottos around the
island. Fortunately I took my pill before leaving Sorrento and
survived this very rough trip feeling ok. Not everyone did and I smugly had
my wipes ready for the needy. Insight don't go into the Blue Grotto
any more as you have to bob around for an hour or so waiting to jump
on to an even smaller boat to go into the grotto for a few minutes ...
... likely to be thieves, looting the house after the first eruption, and caught by the poisonous gas.
We battled the crowds to get back out into the streets and headed in the direction of the public baths. Here the crowds were even worse! so we had a quick look that the beautifully decorated walls and ceilings, let tour guides argue with each other over whose group should be able to ...
... a new vista leaving me with a very poor vocabulary. I ran out of superlatives. I should have been speechless but I kept uttering the same inane words over and over. A day tour is not enough for the Amalfi coast, but if you have only a day and have the money available hire a private guide that is local to the area. You see so much more then you would on your own and on a bus tour. We spent a little time in Positano, Amalfi and Ravello during the day and ...
... the next train? Only another 40 minutes waiting in the dungeon!
We prepared ourselves to rugby scrum our way on the next train and managed ok and even got a seat. The trip was mainly through unkempt, graffiti filled neighbourhoods until near Sorrento where there were hills and little plots of grapes and lemons.
Our trusty GPS navigated us a short 10 minute walk to our hotel where the hostess was very welcoming. After a little walk ...
... what we call provolone. After our nice lunch we continue our walk. There are nice homes with beautiful gardens along the way. Getting closer, I notice some old walls above the path. We then come to a man who says visit the gardens, panoramico, and then it is closing at two just a few minutes. We hesitate thinking of Extorsionist Maria in Civita md the man says it is free, but will close soon. Okay, we go in to Parco Asterita expecting we may be asked for money on the way ...