Hotel Il Pino
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... visiting the ruins so dragged the others along - the size of the escalations is enough to blow you away, let alone the detail of what they have been able to uncover. We bought a official guide book and as we headed around a section - that would have only been about 5%25 and it took us two hours - Owen found the corresponding pages for us to review as chiming in on any other tour party with an English guide. He at some point thought he ...
... an early one (really I was being unsociable as I was reading a great book!) in preparation for the 1000 stairs I had to tackle up to the Path of the Gods in the morning! The next day for me is still a highlight so far of my trip - the Path of the Gods walk was incredible! I was in my element - nature, sunshine, exercise (which I am enjoying a lot more these days) and not many other tourists - perfection! I started the walk from the Praiano so that ...
Monday 16 September Weather: Thunderstorm and rain early this morning clearly to hot and sunny by 9.30pm. Up early again this morning and watched another brilliant sunrise. Unfortunately, my iPad doesn't capture sunrises very well, but you get the idea. While waiting for the sun to rise, I watched lightening over the sea. We had a bit of rain this morning but it cleared really quickly and when the sun came out, it was hot. We packed our bag with our beach stuff and headed ...
... look down, and my heart seems to skip a beat, as the road just drops away to sheer cliffs and the ocean below. I'm sure the drivers know these roads well, and at least they continually beep their horns to warn oncoming traffic, but I can't wait to get off the bus!!
Amalfi doesn't have the same romantic charm as Positano but it has a rich history, so there's many visitors. I find it mind-boggling that Amalfi was a powerful Maritime republic between 839-1135 AD! It's so old ...
... us up at the torre di grado (castle tower that you can see from our balcony) and took us along the coast towards Positano. We saw a hotel that charged 5000 euros for the week, some busy beaches, but some incredible sites that are only visible by boat. We stopped to swim at a cove that had a land bridge that we could swim under. The water here is the bluest and clearest water I have ever seen. I am thoroughly amazed at how these houses ...