The Secret Garden Relais
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- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Had a great night sleep and a lovely alfesco breakfast out on the balcony over the Bay of Naples. A big day planned, first to Pompeii, then on to Mount Vesuvius. We traveled to the port of Sorrento by bus first, quite an adventure as the bus driver had obviously missed his calling as a grande prix driver and at one stage had to back up a hill for five minutes to let someone else pass. We made it to the port of Sorrento and made our way to the boat which took us to ...
... as we were also later to discover spoiled fruit quality can be picked better by feel than the eye. Lunch has a little story of it's own. We have had an awesome day as I have said. The traffic was constant. Most are small zippy cars that can dart in and out and sure make a good compromise when passing in the opposite direction to the tour buses. It is impressive to see a large bus heading along a roadway that you would think would be lucky enough to fit two ...
... closet, and wall. After three hours of pushing, pulling, and juxti-positioning everything in my cabin, and the aft cabin.... Jacques closed all with an "aaaa-haaaa! Je suits fini!" He then went to the knob in the hall, and confidently turned it on. "It works now! You will see, Robiiiiiin!" He said standing the the doorway of my cabin, very hot, and dirty. I instantly felt the cool air, which I had felt before, and was waiting for it to shut off. It never did! "It ...
... serpentine turns along the way...poor Karen. We shopped for beautiful inlaid mahogany, colorful ceramics, limoncello candies, and hand-made scarves. It's a beautiful city with a charming old town center.
Our next stop was Positano where we dined at a local restaurant for lunch. There were beautiful views overlooking the city, fresh pasta, pizza, and local wine - a wonderful meal! Afterwards Karen and Cathy shopped for some linen ...
... back on Positano's shores, and miraculously, the storm ceased giving them the opportunity to flee the Coast.
Positano is incredibly atmospheric; it was a delight to climb the steep stairways, disappear in the down dark alleys and to re-emerge into pretty piazzas. From Positano`s main beach, Spiagga Grande which is very busy, I walked on the coastline, gawping at the sight of the cliffs tumbling into the sea far below to the Spiaggia del Fornillo ...