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... 300s. No cars will stop to let you cross the street unless you just step out into traffic and raise your hand, motor scooter drivers are less accommodating. The highlight of our week here was our Italian cooking class on Monday - details below.
Saturday Sept 14
We got off the sailboat early in the morning, had breakfast ashore, then took a ferry to Naples where we ran into several fellow sailors from Annapolis who were heading to Procida to ...
... No joke! Well after we hurried home- Shane and I had our first date night in Positano and ate in the center of town. It was nice but because it’s slower during this week and locals only-not much to do. Although Positano is more of a laid back, wrap a sweater around your shoulders type of place and you probably should not expect craziness at anytime.
Ciao or Ciaoooow (as locals say it) for now! See you in Montepertuso for some real Italian cuisine ...
Day 068: 2.0, 4 hours—total: 12.0 kms
We reach the town of Amalfi itself in the dark, so I figure it's going to be a bit of an anticlimax, with no stunning panoramic views. It does have a lively main street and little plaza in front of beautiful cathedral with gray and white striped arches—reminding me of the old churches of Genova. Here also we finally see some ...
... also came control of the only road access to Rome from southern Italy. There were 12 countries involved in the offensive, including New Zealand. Also, on a personal note, Dad says that Grandad served in Montecasino with the British troops at the time and following the successful campaign he was then posted to Rome.
Montecasino is about a two-hour drive from Rome so we got there just before 12.30pm only to find that the abbey is closed from ...
... scenery. The only thing wrong here is that even their Duomo closes at 12 noon, so if it is on your list of things to see make sure you arrive early morning. Shops here are expensive and "name drop" the who’s who of movie stars that have been there , perhaps hoping you will want to pay for the privilege of shopping in the same shops.
We went to the tourism office and got a map and some suggestions of what to see. She also gave us ...
Other places to stay in Baia Domizia
Via dell'Erica, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $96
viale dei Tamerici, 55, Baia Domizia | 4 star hotelfrom $81
Via Dell Erica, Baia Domizia | 4 star hotelfrom $171
Via Dell'Erica 1, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $98
Via dei Ciclamini, 1, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $87
Strada Provinciale Garigliano-Monte Massico, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Via dei Pini 1, Baia Domizia | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Viale dei Bossi, Baia Domizia | Hotelfrom $104