Bed and breakfast Villa Marietta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Bed and breakfast Villa Marietta Minori
Travel Blogs from Minori
... 10am bus didn't even come.... So, what to do on a hot summer's day 10 meters from the sea? Go to the beach!
Tonight, we have booked a table at the local sports bar to watch Italy play Uruguay.... Should be festive! On the way from the airport I noticed the number of houses and apartments that had Italian flags billowing...... National pride runs deep here..... Forza Italia!
Tomorrow, we hope the bus she comes........
... bus to Amalfi and then back to Minori.
I find Dianne in the main square after spending some time in Amalfi. There were also some markets in Minori so she has made some purchases of items for me to take to Jasin & Chere in Kosovo. We enjoy a cake and coffee together in the square while the kids are up in the room. It's good to have time to do it. We then head up ...
... fast food and eat in the small park on the cliff side.
Back to some shops, we all break up for an hour to go separate ways and then meet at 3.00. We meet back at Piazza Tasso in the centre of town and walk to the waterfront again and also the Valle di Mulini (Valley of Mills) which is an interesting view. We notice a dog has decided to lay right in the middle of the Piazza Tasso roundabout with cars whizzing about all around him. He stretches out in ...
... oil. We continued on until we reached the Cliffs of Positano. The views were absolutely breathtaking. The was a cafe there where Shelley and I enjoyed some cappuccinos and the boys has some fresh squeezed lemon drinks called limoncello they are known for in the area. I purchased some dried Italian herb packages that I am looking forward to using when we return home. We then headed back down the Amalfi ...
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