Hotel Cristal Eboli
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and sat in the park eating our lunch. Of course it was gelato for me again :). Finally, back on the bus and back to Rome. What I saw: The Almafi coast! What I ate: Pastries from "Lo Scugnizzo" snack shop: a Sfoglietella and a Custard and Nutella filled long donut-type thing. The were delicious++!!!!!! An Arangino di riso. This was a risotto ball. I didn't love it, but I liked it. I had ...
... It's so beautiful, even in the rain. We keep stopping to look and take photos but as we've decided to stay in this area for a few days I'm hoping the sun will be out another day and I can take some better pics. The local drivers are mental here, as I've said the roads are really windy and we keep being overtaken by nutters with a death wish!!! We reach Positano which is absolutely stunning, we drive over the top of the ...
... for check in) I decided I would have to get a hotel close by. I was recommended to go to a hotel on the other side of the airport that was apparently only 15km away, well I soon found out that it was about 25km away so I insisted on a very early pick up the next day to leave plenty of time to make my flight. Well the next hurdle, the transfer to airport was 30 minutes late and then traffic was terrible again taking well over an hour to reach the airport! I arrived at the airport ...
... inside. You can climb to the top of the tower and because most of the light from the town is blocked out it's a perfect viewing spot for the stars. Dinner was amazing and in typical Italian hospitality style included TWO starters. The first, a tortino di patate (little potato cake) with crispy pancetta and a pumpkin sauce and the second a mozzarella souffle with ham and some rather fancy broccoli. De-lish.
We've been very busy at work this ...
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 ...