Hotel Il Ceppo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... us to another village, but we were tired after the heat of the day. All in all, we were quite happy with the day.
After relaxing for a bit, we went over to Amalfi for supper. We found a spot and had something other then pizza! Mom had cannelloni, I had some lemon chicken cutlet, and I think Darrin had Bolognese. Back to the room, where we watched Despicable Me 2 on the iPad - and tried to stay awake...lol.
... prices were was a bit nerve-wracking, but we figured it was a good experience, so we tried not to stress too much! Ended up being fairly reasonable, at least for a "high-end" restaurant, so we don't have to worry too much about the budget. Over the next few days we plan to take in the scenery (the real attraction of this area), do some hiking, and enjoy the relative ...
· a wonderful breakfast of freshly baked croissants, ham & cheese toasted sandwiches, yogurt, juice and a BIG coffee served by Peno. · Atrani is the smallest village on Italy, and is s wonderful change from Rome. Amalfi is 300 m away, but is much busier and more touristy. The area is covered with lemon groves, and is the area were limoncello liqueur is made. · we talked with Peno in his broken English (72 years old) about what to do today. We decided to visit ...
...And bam! Enchanted again by another brand name location. The bus to Amalfi made me want to jump out the window. I couldn't stop thinking I need to come back and sail that amazing coast. Amalfi it's self has that vibe that only the famous city's have been giving off. The main street while aimed at tourists completely retains its dignity and charm. Found a gorgeous little wooden astrolabe (Astrolabie by Chiaiese ...
... Christians: 2%) incredulity, if it wasn't so scary. Imagine getting on the wrong side of all these intelligent rational people. How did I fall for so long for the story of Christianity and it's hypocrisy manifest over and over through the ages by the church and its religious agents and sub-agents.
This is the home of Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, et al and to see the way the peasants dress here and their ...