Hotel De Rosa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel De Rosa Maiori
This hotel, while not the fanciest, can't be beat for it's ownership team. Two sisters run the place, one does the front desk, the other handles the breakfast. Homemade cookies and cake, they even made us pancakes.
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... only the mountain goats could otherwise get. We then continued to Scala, Maiori and Minori before spending some time in Almalfi browsing the shops and having lunch in a very busy Italian restaurant. Some time had passed whilst looking for a suitable place with some just downright dreadful, others were just bars, others were too toff for us. We settled on an unlikely looking entrance to another and could only see a couple of tables on the side on ...
... homes lose my attention and I paddle as fast as I can towards the dolphins and will them to stay close to me...like me they are obviously enjoying the peaceful morning and they begin to jump and play. This truly is a magical start to my day.
Breakfast on the terrace this morning is ham with tomatoes, grapes and melon, served with pastries, and today I do indulge and have a croissant with fresh jam. Although I am keeping away from breads, as I have some weight ...
... was a really tight, twisty turvy road. It made me nervous watching the driver turn sharp corners. The last bus of the day was way overpacked. Sarah and I had just missed the last bus, so we were hell bent on not missing this one. We ended up standing in the back staircase. We managed to put Sarah's suitcase in the undercarriage of the bus, but I was still wearing my bags. Well, what we did not realize is that the bus would still be picking up people and we were stuck in ...
... in, I look at my watch and it is about 5 minutes to one. We walk around and there are many great viewpoints to look at the cliffs, sea, islands, and the other side of Capri. We sit and enjoy and then when we exit, are asked not for money but if anyone else was in the park. I tell him I think two more people. I think he either is in his own time zone or wants his siesta, as the time is only 1:20. At any rate it is obvious he wants to close up the place. A few more steps ...
... the now hard ash from the town. Work is still done on this city even today. What was uncovered was a huge insight into life 1800 years previous.
Tracey and I wandered the uneven streets trying to imagine life all those many years ago.
There are still frescos on the wall and and the streets showed how they dealt with drainage. Local Dogs roamed around the city with us. Shapes of people trying to shield themselves from the ash as they suffocated ...