Hotel Pensione Reale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... up to the terrace and enjoyed the rest of the match in the hammock. Came down to the room and woke the clan for the last 10 mins. Was great to see the Hawks get home. We made the breakfast service by 9:30, then headed out and brought some ferry tickets to Positano, a small seaside village just around from Amalfi (Nth). The place was picturesque. ...
... to Naples, then have their chap who owns a taxi, drive them to Ravello.
He added that they couldn't think of any better place to go though he thought Noosa would be in his top 10 places to consider.
On our English chap's recommendation we then visited Villa Rufolo, close to the main square.....
It was originally built in 13th century, and again was ...
... seemed like breakneck speed through tunnels and across high bridges. It gave us an opportunity to see some good sights though. This part of the trip took just over an hour and ended at Sorrento Terminal.
Down the stairs we went to the ticket office to buy our bus tickets on the SITA bus to Praiano. After 20 minutes or so, having put our cases underneath in the hold, away we went. Cannot believe some of the streets the bus takes just in Sorrento. One place in ...
... a conversation about how strange some parts of the Italian culture were ( mostly food) and chatted about our travels so far. Made us think of all the places we've been up until now. It's crazy how time flies. This morning we woke up, had breakfast in our room, and then walked in to town. It was threatening to rain, but we figured we couldn't waste the day. We decided to walk over toward a castle we had seen the day before, and ended up in a whole other town ...
... a proper meal since I left Venice. Mentally and emotionally, I swear I had just gone insane. After all, there are not very many 20 year old college girls that just pick up and run away to Italy with no plan whatsoever and end up wandering the streets, living off of apples and oranges (and actually considering stealing the uneaten leftover foods abandoned on outdoor cafe tables), and hitchhiking rides south of Napoli. Amid all the craziness, I never once regretted it. ...