Grand Hotel Le Zagare
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so our excitement building with every word being spoken. Yes, we are onto a winner here - as the bloke said earlier, stupido. The nice lady says let me show you to your rooms, we go to climb the equally very nice stairs (as there are always stairs) she then starts walking to the front door and says we have you just across the street. Well across the street we follow and the she keeps walking up a little further and around the corner, keep in mind it is now around 5.00 pm and we ...
... it was very easy to get lost, every corner we turned more interesting stuff. I'm sure there's alot more stuff not shown or undiscovered, but not enough resources to reveal it.
After Pompei we took a famous tourist drive along the Amalfi coast, filled with lots of breathtaking views as we passed through small towns. The roads were real hair raising with winding roads that got small in places along the cliffs, ...
... contracted to take passengers to shore rather than use the lifeboats as they usually do.
Eventually sorted itself out.
Last visited Capri in 1977 so it was great to wander again along the bustling port then catch the funicular up to the top landing to take in those magnificent views.
Tempted to hire one of the modified open-top cabs to take us to Anacapri ...
... roots. In fact along with Pisa, Venice and Genoa its history is celebrated yearly in a yearly boat race called the Regatta of the Four Ancient Maritime Republics. Each year this event rotates between these places, it is most often won by Venice though...Unlike many other towns on the Amalfi Coast, Amalfi is far more gentle. With more things on the same level and more gentle climbs and less stairs. The town itself starts ...
... of like there's more??? I'm not really sure I even saw everything there was to see. It was pretty cool in a "wow these buildings have been around for 2000 years and survived a volcanic eruption" kind of way, especially since you could actually touch them, but it did get a little monotonous after a while because it really is the same thing over and over again. And there are no signs or anything explaining what you're looking at so if you don't ...