Family Spa Hotel Le Canne
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... ride... #bussick!
It took a few minutes for the nausea to wear off from the ride but this restaurant was amazing and we would recommend it to anyone visiting this area. It is a family of chefs ... Mom and Dad in the kitchen and kids working on the floor. It is an outdoor restaurant with a view. The food is family style. There is no menu. It is one set price and whatever they are cooking that day is what you get to eat.... and eat and eat ...
... and the heavens opened to a downpour. She was a little later than expected, so we had been standing in the pouring rain by a statue of GG Bellis for 45 minutes when she rounded the corner. Jodie was so happy to see Zoë, that as she rushed to step off the curb, she lost her footing and landed in a puddle. She broke her umbrella, bruised her hip and was soaking wet but no less delighted to see her daughter! The three new arrivals recovered amazingly ...
... the coast is just the most breath taking experience. Many houses built on the very edge of cliffs or even into the cliff face. You become trigger happy with the camera and although we took some great photos unfortunately, they will never capture the actual beauty. Our first stop was at the village of Amalfi where we wandered around, had another 'disgusting' coffee and bought a couple of nic nacs. This is a holiday town so everyone was relaxed but lots of tourists also. ...
... on. Hoped for the best and luckily it worked out ok.
had a stroll, took some pics, had a beer in a cafe to use their air con and toilet.....if you buy something in a cafe you get to use their dunny for free otherwise you go to the public toilets and pay anywhere up 2 euro for the privilege....I'd rather get a nice cold beer and sit in air con :-)
back up the windy narrow hill and then down the narrow windy hill to our hotel in Sorrento for ...
... to Capri, a center full of local shops and eateries. You will find the most tourists in Capri but it's still fun to walk around its busy narrow streets full of both of upscale and touristy shops. One of the best parts to visit in this area is the Augustus garden which only cost about 1.50 euros per person. Here, you will find an incredible view of the Faraglioni rocks, a spectacular rock formation created in the water. It is one of the most photographed ...