Grand Hotel Excelsior
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... caught the bus back to town. The views were beautiful, so that was my only dud adventure so far
The town was pretty for a wander and I dipped my feet in the beach.
This is what the hot springs woukd gave looked like if I kept walking. Having walked 12kms yesterday from the top town in Positano, the springs were beyond ...
... It was on the Camino, I met mia anima gemella, my soul mate. Two years later, we are engaged, have overcome several of life's challenges and obstacles, and find that life is better sharing the path together rather then walking it alone. So here I am in Italy for my 4th visit, trying to figure out what the next steps are in the journey to figure out the future path together. Un passo alla volta... Buen ...
... We had some time to stroll back down the hill, through the city gates, pass by many sellers of merchandise, some beautiful and some tacky, and back to the bus. There were some very lovely pieces that would have been tempting if size, fragility, weight and practically were not to be considered. I did consider them, so no purchases of any significance there. Our hotel beckoned, dinner called and the bed fairly shouted to me, so I didn't delay any stages. Another early rise tomorrow. Seven hours to ...
... while sipping a second cappuccino. Life is just ridicuously good sometimes, isn't it? I mentioned that I managed to not miss Benjamin for possibly a full hour and Ashley said, "Oh really? I haven't gone 30 seconds yet."
We headed back to our hotel to pick out a spot for dinner. We found a place nearby that sounded pretty decent. With our minds drifting in and out of consciousness, we didn't particularly care where we ate. As we mulled over ...
I've hit a traveling stride. Everything about this trip seems easier; even the crowded commuter train from Naples to Sorrento. I'm enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle so far. After a morning of window shopping and strolling through Positano its time to relax. (strolling involves a lot of stairs and hills but I love it!) My agenda is lounging on the beach and swimming in the ocean for the afternoon. Good thing they have lovely umbrellas that match the chairs because the sun is ...