Hotel Cristal Eboli
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Travel Blogs from Eboli
... to just soak in the beauty of the town. He told us we were both too white anyway so we should get some sun!! We ordered lemon sorbet, brought out to us in a whole frozen lemon, and watched as beach goers wandered up from the beach, porters drove luggage around and a bride even got off one of the boats and walked past us. Something about Positano made us want to come back sometime, even if just for a few days.
The ride itself was filled with ...
... down on the pier at 5pm, Sptitz then more veg time. We headed down the pier at around 7:45. Sensational view of the Amalfi lights, but otherwise quite dark. Out of the darkness comes a little timber tub (like a tinnie at home) with a little outboard motor on it. Kez and I chuckled, musing how funny it'd be if that was our ride and yep, you guessed it, that was our ride. The young bloke at the 'helm' spoke only Italian but mentioned the name of ...
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 ...
... to Amalfi. While it is only 1.7 km, it is a BIG hill, both down and back. As I tried to follow the rules of walking roads as I know them in the USA, I was having a treacherous time. The roads are again very narrow but the traffic is even faster moving and crazier than in Capri. No scooters here for me! I can barely walk the roads! As I was heading down the hill, I was getting lots of honks from cars or motor cycles. I thought, wow, I must look ...
... that covers the four walls and notably the ceiling. The room was almost silent an the security guards would shoosh if the volume raised. We had some time to kill before the train so we stopped at a small restaurant. A man played the accordion near by and then came over asking for money. He was quite persistant. First course bruschetta and Peroni and then a large fluffy crusted margarita pizza. We ended up missing the train after frantically running for it. Rome to Napoli ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed