Albergo Il Castello
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... Saturday night! I also learnt that the church bells are rung every 15 minutes so I must have slept well to only hear them at 2:00am. Maybe none of the locals have watches. I think it might be more of a chiming clock than church bells as it rings each quarter hour with the same chime and then in a different chime there is one ring at 15, two rings at 30, three rings at 45 and then on the hour it chimes the number of the ...
Today we had a leisurely start to the day and headed to the beach near Castellabate. We found a spot with a nearby car park and headed down to the sandy beach. After an enjoyable swim and a bit too much sun we had lunch at a seaside bar and pizzeria.
after lunch we headed back up to the house and the Sam, Ethan, Ben and Abi had dinner while the ...
... 8217;s distress was that he was being attacked by two vicious dogs, while the owner seemed oblivious to the entire ordeal! These vicious animals were nipping at his heels and pulling on his pant legs; Chery said she would have helped but she didn’t realize the peril Chuck was in. Luckily Jacqueline got back to the car in time so no permanent harm was done – after all these were 10 month Chihuahua puppies.
... bit easier, but there were still white-knuckles and wide eyes all through the bus. We now have an increased appreciation for these bus drivers who make the trip many times a day, often only steering with one hand, the other draped out the window, holding a cigar.
A bit wibbly in the knees, we got off in Amalfi Town and walked to the neighboring village of Atrani. ...
... to take the "direct" route to the Amalfi, which actually involved coming up the mountain range between Naples and the coast, and then dropping down into Amalfi on the other side. By dropping down, I mean very gradually zig zagging our way down a decline of probably 1000 metres.
Upon eventual arrival in Atrani (a tiny town next to Amalfi port) we discovered that a flood had come through the town 3 days earlier. The little village ...