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Travel Blogs from Trentinara
We saw everything we wanted to see in Positano and decided to head to Amalfi. We caught the jet ferry and laid on these wonderful comfy sling-type chairs. The water was glass so the ride was smooth and it didn't take much to drift into a short but satisfying nap. Our trip to Amalfi was a quick 45 minutes by boat. The views of Amalfi from the water is very pretty, it's blue water, green hills, rocky cliffs, and buildings stacked on top of each other like Lego blocks. ...
... by the fact that again we were out early before the street cleaners. We'll give them the benefit of the doubt, because otherwise it is a lovely town. It's now 5pm, and we've had a wonderful afternoon. The ship departed Salerno, and once out to sea a way it turned, and travelled up the Amalfi Coast, parallel with the shore, quite close, but not Costa Concordia close. We saw the towns of Amalfi and Positano, with their houses clinging to the cliffs, then we ...
... all the way down and we made him collect a rock to prove it. We guessed that it was about 10m deep which our captain confirmed. I think I made it down about 1 1/2 metres max!
When our swim stop was up we reluctantly climbed back onto the boat and headed back towards the port. Elke, Crystal and I wanted to change out of our wet swimmers for the drive back to Rome and walked around the town trying to find a bathroom but had no luck. ...
Before I begin about Italy, I must finish with Paris.
Thursday 27th June
We had an easy day, wandering the streets of Montmartre and Abessesse after a lovely sleep in. Riley indulged in an 1 1/2 her bath and was in her own world.
We met the Kennedy's at 9pm on the other side of the city after their day of travel for a raucous dinner in the most entertaining rugby bar. Mandy remembers the name of it so refer to her blog but we found it by ...
... ever seen. There was a crypt underground with the bones of St. Andrew and relics of other saints. After the cathedral, we walked down to the water and saw the Italians on holiday - there was one set of two umbrellas together with twelve people under it! (we fight over shade in Destin when we share with two people) We have found the people in this part of Italy to be so charming and helpful. Along the way, we stopped at a ceramic factory and I found myself a tea mug (I wanted to ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking