Hotel Vietri Coast
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to dance with the cars, than risk being blown over the excuse for a safety fence that is used here! Anyway... we digress.... so back to the rust-bucket-excuse for a ferry.....which seemed to have more warning signs than we had ever seen on something that shouldn't need them! We arrived safely (and surprisingly to Bob, who was still expecting any minute to re-enjoy last night's dinner, and share it with the other passengers!). Amalfi, we guess, is like all ...
... we were even getting used to all those stairs! We had timed the routes coming and going. We had the trek down to a fine science. 22:39 minutes down to the square and 30:10 minutes up, well that is when we were not carrying anything and when it was on fresh legs! Though going down was easier on your breathing and cardio, the steepness of the stairs definitely did not make it a walk in the park. Now the final stats for a couple of very good days of hiking and even a few miles on the ...
We caught an early morning taxi to the bus station to catch the Marozzi bus to Amalfi. It was meant to be a 5 hour ride, that drove through Naples and Sorrento where we had to get off and get on a "mini bus" which appeared to be just as high but a little shorter in length. The drive from Sorrento was incredibly entertaining. It was an overcast day and was raining off and on, and the bus driver said that due to the weather less people would be going to Isle of Capri ...
... to the house. We dreamed it could be us working and living in such a place....ahhhh dreams. After dreaming, we started back down and the last town, Raito, was charming. Pretty houses, doors, gates, public artwork and tile work. We heard the church bells ring for 6 o'clock Mass and a young man singing. Closer to the main highway where our bus back to Maiori would pick us up, we spotted one last small beach. ...
... had planned on taking the train then a bus, but now, the bus Sita from the port is closer and easier to walk to. So off we go, arriving just before the bus leaves, looking good now. Ride to Salerno with no problems, now the fun begins. Buy a new ticket to Amalfi, told where to wait, what time the bus comes, ready to roll. The bus is late and actually, two beses come at the same time, both crowded. Get on the second, with our luggage, we are left standing ...