Torre dello Ziro
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- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Ravello
... of food to be had! Appetiser, which can be a pizza to share, followed by first course, which is often pasta, second course and then a dessert! A basket of bread is always present on the table, and when you finish it, they bring out another basket! Carbs, carbs, carbs!! We have really enjoyed our stay here in Positano, a beautiful place on the ...
... we drove. “Someone” in the car decided that turning the car around was not an option and therefore we were continuing down this narrow path because, “It has to go somewhere.” The road narrowed to the width of slightly wider than our car when we finally approached a local gentleman about 65 years old who looked at us like we were from outer space when we stopped for
... we had a sea day which was fun, so much to do aboard ship! I kept busy all day with various classes and activities.
Today we stopped in Naples...well...it was interesting. The taxi drivers are pushy pushy pushy! Several passed us up because we only wanted to go to the train station. Finally got one who would accept us who tried to push us to let him take us all the way to Pompeii like 8 times despite ...
... pulling in the lnes, and sure enough they caught two small fish. And, no, they did not throw them back. We arrived at the Amalfi town dock about an hour later. Not a very pretty dock due to all the tourists and tour buses. We stop for our usual cup of caffe and cookies before heading off for a guided tour of the Almalfi Cathedral which is dedicated to the Apostle St Andrew. It has an interesting combination of ...
... out of us!). The service was in the main church of Ravello which had a community choir, a fairly decent organist, a cantor, and two of the town bagpipes band we had seen earlier. The service was about about an hour longer than we really needed it to be, in part because it was all in Italian!! After the initial excitement of checking out the nativity scene (sans baby Jesus), holding a candle and trying to identity if we knew any of the Italian ...