Grand Hotel Cocumella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Cocumella Sant'Agnello
Travel Blogs from Sant'Agnello
... finally get the bill (after 2 shots of limoncello) which was not cheap, but there was no doubt that we had filled ourselves (and spent over 2 hours inside). We walked home feeling painfully full, and ran into the French Canadians hanging out with 4 good looking French boys in the social area. I joined them for a little while, sipping on vodka and OJ, but soon retired to bed, struggling with the language barrier at the table which only the girls and one of the boys attempted to ...
... a tourist town with plenty of Italians. That will surely be par for the course for the rest of the towns we visit.
After a refreshing lunch we checked out the many side streets and eventually headed down to the waterfront to catch our first real views of the Mediterranean. Being so tired I really didn't expect to enjoy anything today, but nothing can breathe life back into you like a view such as that! Jagged cliffs, deep dark blue ocean and a ...
... see the headlights of the cars/buses/scooters approaching you from the distance. As we got closer to our accommodation, we could see the village of Positano, it was all lit up and looked beautiful. We arrived at the Grand Hotel Tritone, which is just outside of Positano village (10 minute drive), on the very coast. First impressions - amazing!!!! Would love to explore but we are exhausted. Will report back tomorrow, here's to a good nights ...
Day 14 - mid-afternoon
From reading the brochure handed out by Ernesta, we were arriving in Positano. Having been a relatively poor fishing village during the first half of the 20th century, this small village had now become a very popular destination for a large number of tourists since the 1950's.
OK!!! These were interesting facts that I ...
... we had to stand. We happened to notice some other Canadians from Vancouver on board, and shared stories with them all the way to Sorrento. We eventually got seats and were able to put our heavy packs down (Mother of God thank you!).
When we got to Sorrento, we needed to find the bus to Positano, which we had been warned of by our friends Sharron and Laura. I put a Dramamine patch on ...