Decumani Hotel de Charme
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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-What is with the whole being a tourist makes you a target to get screwed monetarily? I mean, we're already here willing to spend our money in the country. Why must we feel like we've been taken advantage of each time we pay for a taxi when they say it will cost 1 Euro per bag on top of the fare. Sometimes I feel …
... 8364;5 change. We both started cracking it and Dane was asking for his taxi licence number. The cabbie ended up giving us another €5 and jumped back in his car. I told him he should be ashamed of himself as he was driving off! Giovanni buzzed us in and we climbed the marbled staircase for three storeys before reaching his front door. He welcomed us in to his hostel like the gracious host that he was, asking us to put our bags down, take a seat and handing us a glass ...
We arrived in Naples very bright and early. The overnight ferry was really nice and with a smooth sea and nice external double cabin we had a good nights sleep. By 6.30 we were ready to leave and by 7.00 we were driving south. We stopped for coffee and a sweet croissant in a small town south of Naples and a few km later were on the amazing Amalfi coast road. The road itself is narrow and winds along impossibly steep cliffs through ridiculously perched villages. I can see that ...
... cheap and convenient with very scenic views.
- The easiest to explore was Praiano ofcourse, about 20mins walk from our hotel. Praiano is smaller and less commercial. It’s marketed more as a romantic getaway or a honeymoon destination. It is situated quite high up from the sea level and is dotted with quaint, small, white villas and a few pizzerias and bottegas. Charming.
- We then headed to Amalfi, the big sister of the ...
... old buildings, little alleyways and some nice shops featuring local ceramics, local produce and modern clothes. It has also been the inspiration for many novels and music. DH Lawrence visited here and the town was instrumental in setting the scenes in his masterpiece, Lady Chatterley's Lover.
There are a number of villas which can be visited and show the recent history of the area. Unfortunately, generally access to the inside is limited ...