Hotel Delle Palme
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- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Free parking
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... and cake. Afterwards we went back to the apartment and stayed there until we had to go for dinner.
Today the 13th of September we went to the Amalfi Coast for a drive. On the drive there it was a very long and windy road and at one point we hit the barrier and scraped the side of the car. When we arrived at Amalfi we went for a walk around the town to have a look at all old buildings and the scenery. We bought many souvenirs to keep for memories later on in ...
... one time I am VERY glad to be small! Some 5,000 years ago, at the end of the prehistoric era, the Greeks started excavating, digging deep into the ground, to carve tufa stone blocks to build Napoli's city walls and temples. They created a 400 km long aqueduct and connecting tunnels to caves. This Greek Roman aqueduct had to be enlarged in 1629 due to the city's increasing size. But in 1884 the aqueduct was closed due to a cholera epidemic, leaving two million square meters of tunnels ...
We then got the ferry to Sorrento and ambled along the beach; paddled for a bit and then headed to the Marina Grande - a cute fishing village for dinner. We ate at a family run restaurtant right on the ocean; and soaked it all up as we were serranaded by concertina players while the sun set. The food was insanely good; the wine delicious and with full bellies we walked back up to the top of the ...
Next stop, the famous Amalfi coast. I programmed in longer route at the start of the day which would hopefully take us right along the coastal road to a campsite near the end of the peninsula. Sadly that was scuppered just as we reached what we'd hoped would be some spectacular driving. Just after leaving the motorway a girl in a fluorescent jacket jumped out from the side of the road and waved ...
Day 66 – continued
Our journey to the Almafi coast started with a stupid Rome to Naples train trip, but once we arrived in Naples, things were a lot better. We rode on the local train to Sorrento for an hour and were greeted by Tina, our B&B host at the train station. She drive us 15 minutes along narrow winding roads to the village of Torca. The views from the B&B were absolutely stunning, it's hard to describe ...