Hotel Il Pino
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
Travel Blogs from Praiano
... no Shuî and drank to our fill in the hotel room. If I get diarreah from the bathroom tap water, I want everyone to know, #noregrets. To mums credit she really proved the old steady. Slow and steady may not win the race, but it does finish the race. In all honesty I am proud of her perseverance. We made it to the hotel with sore feet and calves. I am also the proud owner of over 20 mosquito bites! How lucky! It's hard being so tempting. ...
There was to be a procession in the town later in the afternoon to mark the completion of the new church dome and the following day there will be a festival with restaurants supplying food and drinks for a donation to got to the church.
Lunch was had and we noticed a few people in the yard just below our villa who, on seeing us, called out to us but of cause it was in Italian so ...
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 ...
... asparagus, the tiniest baby potatoes you have ever seen with wild rosemary (that I picked on our walk this afternoon) and tomatoes (from the garden here). It was so good to have veggies! For dessert we had preserved peaches (sold in the glass jar) and the most delicious marscepone. Doesn't get any better than that. Jack has gone on another walk down the steep hills and stairs into Praiano, in the dark, to log-on (again) and check ...
... to the Marina di Praia cove is magical. As you descend down, you know you are heading to a special place. Bar Mare Petit is one of three restaurants situated at the Marina. It seems the most casual of them all - but do not be deceived. Using local, incredibly fresh ingredients, Grandma's cooking is on par with top restaurants in metropolitan cities.
We started with the seafood salad - sweet mussels, clams, shrimps with octopus so so ...