Grand Hotel La Sonrisa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Well another great day in Positano! Slow start then off to the post office to send a rather large and heavy parcel home, Mike just has to stop shopping! When we were eating breakfast this morning we could hear loud music getting closer and closer. It turned out to be a local brass band marching towards a church which had a celebration today. Later we heard a cannon go off about 6 times! We jumped on a boat to Amalfi and sat next to a guy from Warrnambool, Brian you sold ...
... were covered in graffiti (a la NYC in the 80s), and space was covered with trash. So much for the beautiful Italian countryside. Pompeii has be destination in Amanda's imagination for some time. What's always sounded amazing to her is the archeological novelty of an entire city being blanketed by 20 ft of volcanic ash. Usually places are covered over by lava, but ash covers and conceals contents without completely destroying it. The effect was ...
Last time we spoke, we had just arrived at the small town of Amalfi. About time to dive into the details and write a post right?
Well in short, the Amalfi Coast is incredible, with some amazing views and great weather. One small problem though, our hotel for the 4 nights was basically ran by a crazy person. This Italian old man was extremely controlling, and really had no problem treating every guest like a 3 year old child. ...
... Sabina the wife of the Emperor Nero. The site of the villa was first discovered in the 18th century by Francesco La Vega during the building of the Conte di Sarno canal. It was soon acquired by the State; however, owing to lack of funds the site was not systematically excavated until the 1960s. Sections of the villa complex still remain unexcavated to this day due to its proximity to the modern fabric of the town. Originally constructed around the middle of the first century ...
... season yet and it was crazy busy - I would advise against going there July-August! Some other foods we've tried and liked: Spaghetti alla carbonera Pizza bruchuito funghi Spaghetti palmadoro Gelatto: Pistachio, Mint chocolate, Raspberry (Fragola), Strawberry, Bilberry, Rocky road, Cherry (amarena), Tiramisu, Hazelnut (noccolocia), Pistachio di bronte, Kinder, Pinolata, Coconut, lemon, Fragolina di maremma Ciao! Stay tuned for Pompeii, Florence, Venice and Verona! ...