Hotel Vietri Coast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... any rain. We walked out to the end of the pier and we were treated with a different view of Almafi from the sea looking in. We could also see some of the routes way up in the hills we had hiked the past few days and that made us tired just looking at them! Okay, one last final up, up, up to our studio to make dinner and pack as we would be leaving the next morning. Hard to believe five nights were almost completed. Hated to leave as we had really begun to feel very comfortable. ...
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 ...
Today was pretty quiet, but another great adventure. I am one who is not shy to ask for help or directions, with a smile. Just one time I didn't do that today, and I was worried....more to follow. As I write this blog, I am playing Andrea Bocelli through my computer and sipping some wine. So, enjoy the music and come along for the ride......
The day started out a bit late as I was tired from traveling yesterday. I had a nice ...
... 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. ...
... Breakfast in the morning consisted of eggs to order, cereals, juice, hams etc and the coup was an apple strudel, lucky we don't eat lunch.
Amalfi is smaller than the other towns we have been to. Less commercial, not as many tourists but still a hive of activity. The shopping/restaurant area is quaint and very compact and you sense that it is as much for the locals as it is for the tourists. The major attraction ...