Hotel Antica Repubblica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 25 mi long Strada Statale 163 which runs along the coastline from the town of Vietri sul Mare in the east to Positano in the west). Many compare to Highway 1 in California. The view was incredible as we made many turns and watched Vespas weave in and out of the traffic along the way. As we approached town we spotted a film crew, and based on what we saw believe it to maybe be a Mazda commercial. Our first stop was in the upscale resort town of Positano. ...
... a Caruso museum with many photos and caricatures along with newspaper clippings all related to the great singer. We were treated to a glass of prosecco each, as well as a zucchini flower fritter appetizer. At the end of the meal they brought us a glass of limoncello each as well as a plate of cherries. What a great place and a wonderful way to end our last day. I truly hope we can "Torna a Sorrento" (come back to Sorrento) some day just like the song says ...
... he may have filled it with seawater from the bay.... or worse still, topped it up himself at the local toilet" (she didn't actually say that last bit...but the inference was clearly there). Well, in a moment Jan nearly created the total collapse of the EU...... "You sheeeet tourist" yelled the man in broken Amalfian-English, "you are blurrrdy sheeet" - he carried on endlessly, gesturing with his arms as though he was conducting the Last Night of the Proms!. ...
... foot! I actually had one night in a hotel in a Procida in the middle of my sailing adventures and it was quite an experience just trying to get to the hotel. I knew my hotel was about 1.5km/5 minute drive from the Marina but had been advised to catch the bus to my hotel as it was a long/steep walk apparently and was only one euro on the bus compared to 14 euros in a taxi! However after a 45 minute wait for my bus, 20 minutes on the bus as it went in the opposite loop and then a 500m ...
... a coffee within the Piazza del Duomo where the Cattedrale di Sant'Andrea dominated our view. A stunning structure with a large flight of stairs cascading up to it. It is from the early 10th Century. Inside is the crypt of St Andrew the Apostle. This Piazza is in the middle of Amalfi, the town was built all around it with half towards the mountains and half towards the sea. It seems the life of the town is here in this Piazza. Amalfi is actually not that big, population of about ...