Hotel 7 Bello
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... s Saturday or how it looks every day. We took some time to wander the side streets with their little shops, but felt we were swimming against a tide of people, with almost everyone walking
back down into the town centre! It was like walking the streets of Sydney at peak hour, heading away from Town Hall station!
We eventually gave in to the crowds and sat down to enjoy a lunch of salad and Panini. Of course, ...
... where we are staying. It was located in 1934 and they have been carefully digging out. There is free entry and a small museum so it is quite interesting and we imagine what lost cities etc must lie below the ground in areas like this.
Josh heads back to the apartment, Dianne and Bianca are still on the beach, so I decide to climb up to Ravello. I can still see everyone on the beach as I get higher and ...
... back are in full sun and better than this morning. We decide to walk then from Amalfi to Minori which Josh rates as a real highlight. A bus arrives with about 1km to go and Bianca and Dianne hop on it. I push on and unbelievably beat the bus home and Josh is already there. A good laugh.
We eat a a cafe Bar Antares which excellent and run by a very friendly team. We love it. A great end to the day though and Positano is done.
On to Pompeii tomorrow.
... motorway but it is not as good as our last one and we settle for burgers and pannini. It is in Avellino which is not far from Salerno and the coast.
Fortified, we set off! Reaching Salerno along the freeway, we then turned off to the Costiera Amalfitana. Wow, roads as I remembered. They are narrow it is true but it is the constant watching for buses, people walking on the road, cars parked or stopping when they shouldn't and scooters shooting around you at any time ...
... shook as well to add to the experience). It also had one where you watched a DVD about a villa & the part you stood on was like the small pool in the villa and as you moved it looked & sounded like your feet were in the water. It was good that it wasn't crowded otherwise you might not be bothered to take your time & look at all the displays because they did take a while to complete their 'story'. We were there for 1½ hours.
We then arrived at Herculaneum at ...