Holidays Fico d'India / Prickly Pear
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Woke up today feeling like we are in Paradise, the duomo, simply known as the Amalfi cathedral rang church bells as a gentle reminder to get out of bed and start exploring the town.
The main thing on our agenda today was to rest and re-energize after our last few busy sightseeing days in Rome by heading to the beach. The beaches in Amalfi are pebbly and hard to walk on, not like our sandy beaches back home, but there is something about the Mediterranean Sea that ...
... they left at 8 AM and got back at 8 PM. We had a train to catch (our big overnight!) at 6:30, but I figured we weren't going swimming or something so we could probably make it.
After how hot going to Capri was yesterday, Matt wasn't too interested in going with us to Amalfi, and especially after hearing Giovanni tell all these really cool things to see in Naples itself (which I would have liked to see too) he had decided not to ...
... by the absolutely stunning views you get all along the way. The higher you get the more spectacular the view seems to become. If I had to take a guess I’d say there were at least a couple of thousand stairs on this walk so needless to say we took a few stops along the way and filled up the water bottle wherever possible.
Certainly not in every town in Italy I’ve visited but in lots of them, there are beautiful fresh spring water fountains all throughout the ...
... room). The beaches are a bit of a laugh when you come from Australia. No sand, just grey pebbles and grit. Found it funny to watch the pigeons walking around among the people with no seagulls around (they all wait around near the fishing boats) Because of the pebbles, the water is crystal clear. You can see all the way to the bottom of the harbour, even watch all the fish swimming around the boats. Have been ...