Hotel Vietri Coast
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... everywhere... All the floor boards are open, making this beautiful cabin, a bottomless pit. All pipes/insulation. are exposed, and just hanging....and Jacques is standing in a huge hole in the center of the floor. From my cabin, I can hear dripping water... I hope that is a good thing. I hear him muttering under his breath, and calling Marina every two seconds to do something. Then, he is at my door... "Excuse me, Robiiiiin... Can I come in?" He ...
We arrive in the Salerno port around 7am. Yet again another early wake up and a quick get away to get on our tour bus. Today's tour was a bit more relaxed and we had two major places to see. The bus takes us on a short drive, which was the other side of the ship to get on a motor launch boat to take us for a scenic cruise down the Amalfi Coast. Well, well, well, who wouldn't want to live here. This place is picture postcard stuff. The houses built into the ...
... over looking the bay. <u>Summary</u> Amalfi coast was probably the best way to end our first holiday together. The scenery throughout the day was amazing. I enjoyed both Amalfi and Positano, they were really nice in their own ways. I probably would say I preferred Positano just because it was a little more quieter then Amalfi and it had a cute beach which cafes and restaurants metres away. All the sweets with the clothe shops and souvenir shops also made it have ...
... understand." Do you want "cena" (dinner) in Amalfi or Sorrento? Well, I do not have a car or a scooter...and I am NOT walking down that crazy hill again.....so I am not going anywhere. Luckily, I figured that was the case when I was in Amalfi this afternoon. I bought a panini and bottle of wine and here I sit in my room, overlooking the sea, sipping wine and eating my mozarrella and ham panini for dinner.
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... instead of climbing to the overlook. We had started at the other end of the trail. Nonetheless, we saw many sights. We saw a lovely house that needed work, it had been a number of years since the work had stopped. Probably ran out of funding during the banking meltdown. Sure it will be completed, as it has a great view of Salerno Bay & Salerno, no more than a 15 minute drive from downtown, plus the ...