Hotel Cristal Eboli
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the upper walkway behind Luna to view the town from above. We found a small nice restaurant tucked on a back passageway for lunch, eating inside as the breeze was a bit chilly. Then we visited the town's cathedral, Amalfi's main attraction which claims to have the remains of St. Andrew there. The sanctuary is quite beautiful. Then we checked into our room which looks out over the sea from the third floor with a long balcony. Right in our sea view was the Star ...
... for equipment calibration, pest control and cleaning.
Every evening we visit the restaurant across the road from our bed and breakfast, where we are treated to local delicacies- one of our favourites so far is mozzarella, which is light, soft and creamy and produced locally. I'm quite well known for my healthy appetite but I feel like I am being defeated by some of the Italian meals- plates of antipasti and bread followed by a ...
It cannot be a bad bike ride if it starts on the Amalfi coast. After a late start so we could poke around Praiano -an almost vertical town- we made a late start for Eboli. The Amalfi region must have specials for honeymooners and emptynesters - millions of couples wandering around inside the tourist bubble. Very hard to blame them, really. We rode south and east along the (more than) rolling coast road. We found out later that the ...
... in it. It was nice. A table of four American women invited me to sit with them when they arrived. They were interesting. The leader was thinking of starting her on tour business over here o had brought 8 female acquaintances/friends of friends with her. Her real job was a Orgasmic Birth Instructor. I did ask what is that and if you want to know ask me later! Have not been able to communicate with Tony so no information ...
... Steven and in 2 seats. We all tried to nap at various stages and achieved various amounts of success with it. Managing more to enjoy the view of the mountains and sea below us than anything else.
On arrival in to Naples we (along with about 20 other people) were delightfully confused as we attempted to find the car hire shuttle bus as it was not clearly signposted and despite having an intercom system we were not ...