- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... full and hungry people waited outside. The restaurant was run by a family, the football was on, and the tea was absolutely delicious. We got bruschetta on the house, shared a half bottle of their own house wine which was delicious, got grilled vegetables cooked to perfection and then enjoyed the most lovely gnocchi and some frisbee shaped pasta with a creamy sauce of asparagus and salmon. We got dessert too and I tried my first tiramisu in Italy- it was lovely, but very ...
... and the girl reading her iPad or kindle as the father peddled mightily. It made our day. I hope Larry's photo is better than mine. So all in all a great day. We are up tomorrow to pick up the car and Larry will try his hand on the roads. We are going to back track from Sorrento and take the auto route south...we have already experienced the Amalfi coast with the pro of pros. Sicily here we come. Ciao ...
... at her all just very patient. Can you imagine that in Australia. No way. The Italians seem to be very laid back in the way they live. Have I mentioned that the tomatoes over here are so very tasty. Not at all like we get in Australia. And there are tomatoes and lemon trees growing all over Italy. And you can also buy colourful pasta. Blues, reds, greens etc. You could buy the pasta that matched your kitchen or ...
... to Amalfi. Hung on by my fingernails and only looked out in the distance to Capri.
We had been to Positano 5 years ago...one of our favorite small coastal towns...lots of grapefruit sized lemons (they make limoncello out of the rinds.... yum).
We walked down to the ocean, rocky beach but the water is such a beautiful blue. Had a cappuccino and then headed back up to purchase a few souvenirs....found a dress shop and bought Siena and baby girl A ...
... in Rome. In no time I was able to direct Nick - turn left, exit right, traffic circle up ahead - out of Rome and into the Autostrada. It was extremely stressful getting out of Rome. Italians drivers are the second worst drivers in the world (Russian's are definitely worse - just YouTube it). Italian drivers ignore traffic lights, road signs, lanes, speed limits, never signal, and scooters/motorbikes drive in the middle of two-way traffic. At least once on ...