Grand Hotel Irpinia
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... massive cold sweat by the time we arrived. The roads drop off literally on one side which is not really scary in itself as many vehicles travel along these roads, it. Is just the winding. We relaxed quite well in the villa for the afternoon before we headed out for dinner tonight. We walked up the 82 steps to the road and then wound our way down the road to the beach where we found the only restaurant ...
... fishing boats. Light breeze out of the NW and a gentle swell. Some patchy clouds hung on the tops of the higher hills. Highlights: Emerald grotto: we left the boat, climbed through an access to the cave then were loaded into 14 person punts to explore the cave in the greenish glow. Sunlight entering the. Cave through the submerged entrance to the sea came through the crystal clear water ...
... a delight. Definitely touristy but it was easy to see why. Fishing boats moored adjacent to multimillion dollar yachts, cobbled streets, narrow laneways which are actually major thoroughfares, cafes and restaurants abound.......shops galore, with a focus on pottery, with people everywhere. Paul found the digestif, (Vecchio Amaro del Capo) that he had tasted at S. Severna. Off the beaten track following an interesting laneway, came across an open ...
... is known for its ceramics and handmade cameos. The chef was this old Italian woman who wore this enormous turquoise flower in her hair. She kept coming out and saying, "Good, Good". I think it was a question, but I am not sure we had a choice but to agree with her. We spent the afternoon back at our hotel in Sorrento, Italy. Rein and I walked the small alley streets and enjoyed ...
... I jumped onto the bus managing to secure a window seat. This wasn't a normal sized coach, it was one of the smaller ones due to size limits on the Amalfi Coast roads, and it was full. Our first stop was the ruins of Pompeii. After sharing my first authentic Italian margarita pizza with Ash and Elke, who I had met prior to the tour, we were introduced to our local guide who would be taking us through the city of Pompeii. He was all dressed up in a very stylish ensemble rocking a ...