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- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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Slow start then down to Amalfi and ferry to Positano. Disappointing touristy towns though some nice upmarket shops. Checked out some nice Gucci sunglasses for 200 euros! Lunch on cliff along the shore. Roamed around and caught the 5pm ferry back to Amalfi. Realised it was going to be tight getting back to Ravello for our 7pm concert! Waited and waited for the bus.min the end hot a taxi, 45 euros for 6 ...
... around every corner, full-sized buses forcing you off the road, dogs, children, etc. With some luck (because definitely NO signs) we began the long trek up the mountain and down the other side and into, finally, Ravello! We checked into our hotel and the lovely woman at the desk asked if we had a car. Her response to our "yes" was a firm "BAD IDEA!"
A valet guy came and got our car, and who knows if and when we will see it again. However, we DO ...
... which is at the top of the town and Lia needed to wee. (I could write a paragraph each day on Lia and her bladder and the detours it takes us on, but I'll spare you.) Anyway, there we were trundling down these impossibly narrow streets that double back on themselves as they wind down the mountain, dodging oncoming cars and Lia's anger as she threatened to urinate or collapse every 20 steps. We were thrown a lifeline by a man on his scooter, who directed us to ...
... down the sea road. The first settlement in Ravello is said to date back from the 6th century, when a few Romans arrived on the slopes of the Lattari mountains, in flight from barbarians This town is small, quaint above the glistering blue sea with brilliant views, it was very peaceful and serene here.
After exploring Ravello we took the bus and got off at Sant Agata which overlooks ...
... car, probably a rental, who was pretty confused and started backing down the road quite a ways to give way to our bus. It was so funny to see this car going backwards for probably 50m! The driver yelled at him, "divertimento" which means, I believe, "funny." I am so glad I am not driving a car or a scooter. Also, less opportunities for me to run into walls!
The last nervous part was ringing the bell for my stop. I was a bit worried about this as ...