Giordano Hotel Ravello
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the shops and then waited for the fun bus trip back down the hill to Amalfi. We toured through the Amalfi cathedral (built in 1200s) which has a dramatic location atop a steep flight of stairs with a very fancy interior and exterior. It has St Andrew the apostle in its crypt and has a fascinating Cloister of paradise. We decided to stay down in the town and have a delicious Italian pizza and salad before returning to our apartment on ...
... had this back home!
After Ravello we took a bus back down to Amalfi and wandered around the bay area and duomo (cathedral). You can see the interesting Arabic influence on this cathedral in the picture. Very different from most you see in Europe. I'm sure there was plenty more to see of Amalfi but it wasn't that significantly different than Positano so we didn't feel like we were missing much by moving on. Plus, we needed ...
... and finding no other redeeming factors we decided to head home. We stopped at Atrani on the coast for a bite of lunch. We found a delightful pizzeria located underneath the road looking towards the beach and down the coast. Now when I say beach it is not like home. And actually in this weather looked very sad - black coarse sand with rows of seats lined up all empty waiting for the tourists. Lunch was lovely - pizza and a salad but no ...
... exit outside the garage due to the lack of space. To exit the garage, we stood outside the door, watching for traffic to signal Chuck because there is limited visibility from the garage or the highway, made even more treacherous by the fact that it is now nightfall. The road to Ravello was as narrow with hairpin curves as the Almalfi Coast highway.
The ride was worth it as we ate a wonderful supper at a lovely little ristorante, Cumpa Cosimo. ...
... two flights how impressed they were at how well our kids did. :) We went from Austin to Chicago and then an 8.5 hour flight to Rome, Italy, and the boys slept for about 5 hours of it of the long flight. We arrived at 1:30am austin time and 8:30am Italy time. We took a shuttle to the train station in Rome and got a little mini tour of Rome in the process. Incredible!! We ...