Hotel San Nicola Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... seemed to just disappear .. Weird yeah. Then we stopped off at an old palace that had been turned into a museum. Lots and lots of art from the bible, mostly death. Pretty cool paintings all the same, whether you are religious or not. We had an afternoon kip and headed out for dinner at a small restaurant near by. I had a pizza and it was very disappointing that's for sure! So thin and not ...
... for the mist though! Again we had a lovely host allowing access to the apartment for most of the day and arranging our transfers for our flight back to Rome for an overnight stay before jumping on a train down to Salerno to pick up a hire car for our Amalfi Coast adventure (Italian roads and drivers, always an adventure) DAY 35 Sorrento Arrived to Salerno around noon, picked up the car and even though I requested a compact car ...
Here are some photos of the evening stroll in Marina Grande last night. It's a small fishing village down the cliff and under the original Greek archway that was in the city walls. Took a photo of a sign on the side of a house it's a B&B I believe run by a Gilda, the name of one of my grandmothers sisters so I took a pic of it. It's a very picturesque ...
... transformation for housing. The three towers are the coat of arms of the town of Procida. From the tower of the Rotunda a road that leads through vineyards and orc******** the hill of Cottimo. Once in the highest, opens before your eyes an extraordinary spectacle: the inlet of the "Old Well," surrounded by "Punta della Serra" behind which, the beach of "Ciraccio," a mile long and a half and ends in a strip of land that connects the island with the hill the old Santa ...
... bus. The chauffeur costs 60 Euro and is well worth it, the roads are narrow, steep and very winding, our BnB is very high up behind Positano and I'm glad I don't suffer invertigo- Colle dell'ara BnB is a family run concern high up on the side of the mountain, our suitcases go up on a flying fox cable lift and we go up the stairs. Wow, what a view- we look NW up the Amalfi coastline and it is stunning. Marco greets us and really puts on a warm welcome, he spends an hour with us ...