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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... then you arrive and all is well. Mr. Andres takes your car and parks it somewhere and you walk to your hotel. You walk everywhere. Or take a ferry.
We took a ferry to Positano. About a 20 minute ride. Wow! Again, absolutely wonderful!
... br> Once in Positano, Stefan dropped us off from which point the only way to continue down to the beach is on foot.
I actually preferred Positano to Sorrento - the markets were nicer, the views were better, the people seemed friendlier and once on the beach....... well you look at the photos!
We found a restaurant - Chez Black - that Stefan had recommended. It was right on the beach with picturesque views. They also had very friendly staff and awesome ...
... which was about an hour away. The water is such a beautiful colour and has been really calm as it has been on the ship; touch wood it continues. The scenery was beautiful with very craggy outcrops and cliffs that go down into the sea. There are the usual buildings clinging to the steep cliffs with a scattering of large old villas or buildings that have been converted into flash hotels. You can see the road that has been hacked out from ...
... we went down along a ravine and along a fast moving stream, we come upon the most unusual find. What seemed like an abandoned farmhouse greeted us with the barking of three dogs from the roof. Yes the roof. As we went by, we spoke to them and I took lots of photos. They all looked well fed and healthy but of course I was fretting about them being alone. As we passed by, Mike says "Look, there is a horse in the house"...yeah right Mike, all this climbing today has really messed with ...
Ravello is considered one of the most romantic and beautiful small towns in southern Italy. Perched on steep, terraced slope and closer to the sky than the sea, Ravello has lush gardens, quiet lanes, sleepy, sun-drenched corners, and a lofty setting at 1,198 feet which has vantage points for views over the azure coast below. At its heart lie an 11th-century cathedral and the Villa ...