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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... down by one of the many mini buses speeding around the narrow twists and turns the call roadways) while waiting for their wives, girlfriends and daughters who have discovered themselves in shopping paradise! Here you will find the likes of Prada, Fendi, Dolce Gabbana etc. Hundreds of jewellery shops, clothing stores and of course the famous Capri Sandal shops lined the endless labyrinth of streets here. I bought a pair of handmade sandals in one of the places ...
... recording of discoveries began. The lapilli and ash had done an amazing job of preserving the city. Though walls and ceilings had collapsed, peoples belongings were left as they were when disaster struck. Basically it was a city buried in the ashes that is slowly being uncovered. Our guide on the tour told us that only 3/5 of the city has been uncovered and it was already a huge area. We were able to explore inside of homes, the market, and the baths. Naples is ...
... shopping), a short boat ride down the coast to Amalfi gave us a very different view of the landscape. Previous to this most of our site seeing had been from well above the water but the hills hide so much exceptional history that it would be a shame to not see this from the water as well. Little hidden coves, lookouts, houses overlooking the water (see the pic of Sean Connery's place). Fantastic.
Lunch in Amalfi was at ...
... over the hotel. At this point we realized we may have picked the wrong hotel, or should I say maximum security jail cell. For this reason, from here on out, the hotel will be known as Guantanamo Bay, and the owner called the Warden.
Following in Harold & Kumar's steps,we decided to escape Guantanamo, by spending as little time as possible there. This turned out to best the best case scenario, as we really got to experience the Amalfi Coast, ...
... barely make it around the curves so try picturing a whale of a motor bus!
Along the route, a brief stop was made in a viewing area where in the far distance below at sea level, the small touristic village of Positano could be seen. It really stood out as well as its exclusive beach as it sat in an enclave in the hills. It was a wow factor and to think, that’s exactly where we were ...