Hotel Antica Repubblica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beautifully. The town has it’s little cobblestone streets and squeeze through alleys to the houses up on the hillside where homes have to have their little terrace with grapevines overhead. And Minori has another surprise tucked away: ruins of Roman villa practically hidden underneath the city. It looks like someone was digging around in their basement and they found a beautiful Roman courtyard surrounded by arched hallways, tunnel stairways and ...
... down, Phil was sitting on the "sheer cliff drop side" and hanging on and saying his "Hail Marys".
Forget the Anglican tradition here, we called all "the troops" for help we could muster! For me, as driver, well, you know where the edge is however when another vehicle albeit a bus or large truck comes at you from the opposite direction, your instinct tells you they need more road, but there is no more road!! The slow shuffle begins, each inching ...
... tastes like Nutella) and a cookies and cream flavour. I tried the limoncello and the lemon... Very refreshing. We then walked through Amalfi, browsing in some more shops. A very relaxing day. It is now close to 7 pm here and we are relaxing on our balcony, overlooking the sea, enjoying a glass or two of wine before we head out for some dinner. Tomorrow, we are undecided of our plans, but think we might try the Path of the Gods, a 3 hour hike with some pretty spectacular ...
... on the boat was called Sergio and the helper was called Mario (I don't mean the game). Before we got to Capri we slowed down and looked at some really cool beaches. We passed old towers and Roman ruins. When we got to Capri we stopped in a bay and had a swim off the back of the boat. The first landmark Mario pointed out on the island was an enormous cliff called – Tiberius’ leap. This is where the emperor Tiberius, ...
... Italian men, especially old Italian men, are such flirts!!! We thanked them both, grazie, ciao ciao and off we went to climb back up all those stairs to our studio. Mike packed a lunch and off we went on another hike Mike had picked out of our hiking book. This hike was to start in the hill town above us, Pogerola, and continue South through a few more towns then drop back down to the sea and come back along sea level to Amalfi. Again...this hike was to start in the hill town above ...