The Secret Garden Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... boat. One poor lady who was getting off with her suitcase fell and either broke her arm or dislocated her shoulder. She was white as a sheet and in excruciating pain. Not nice on a holiday. After that we gingerly got on board and returned to Amalfi. They all wanted to have one last afternoon tea at a famous patisserie since early 1800s specialising in all different types of lemon cakes as well as other delicious morsels. While we ...
... our Vesusius rocks and then set off back down the mountain, easier this time but still slippery. We arrived at the bus just in time but not last. All the older people from our morning tour had left the tour and we were now the oldest of a younger group. Back down the mountain and straight to the train station where we ran to catch a local train down to Sorrento. At this point we were glad that we did not bring bags as it was quite crowded . sues ...
After a good stay at the hotel & breakfast it was pack all the gear & back on the road in the car. Driving back was quite comfortable. Had to go through a couple of tolls but we seem to have them sorted out now. We stopped at one of the auto barn servos for a coffee & a bit to eat. Everyone just stands at tables & take their hit of espresso & then ...
... was full of custard and apple. I had opted into the boat cruise later that day along with most of the tour group but before that started we had an hour or so to check out the town. I went with a few others to try and get 'lost' in amongst the narrow alley ways then we headed down to the port just as the boat was about to depart.
Cruising along the coastline was nothing but amazing. The view of the colourful little towns was ...
... I was thinking at the time....can't this town fix the chain link so that people can walk by safely??? Once I got to Amalfi, Marcello, the taxi driver ,saw me and told me he saw me walking down the hill and that "you must always walk on the "sea side" of the street or we KEEEEEL you!" Yikes! Glad I learned this early on! I told Marcello that I am a fast learner and will do that going forward. So, I managed to survive my first walk town to Amalfi ...