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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... both beaches as grey gravel. I will never winge about sand again!!!
On Saturday we took the ferry to explore Positano. This is another beautiful seaside town, with winding cobble stone streets and beautiful views. The weather was once again perfect for a day of exploring.
We arrived back in Amalfi late in the day and headed out for a farewell dinner for the Southern Italy tour.
... the lead was going to anyway. Our guide still not very attentive and making sure we are together wanders off just assuming we are following, we only get to see a quarter of the site due to the size of it, our time limitations and the fact they are still excavating areas. The main areas we do see are fascinating and we are impressed with the modern facilities within this city and the homes would of been very grand. So after a couple of hours of walking around ...
... drank the most in Amalfi. Everything I had was delicious and included homemade baked aubergine with Parmesan cheese, creamy cheesy mushroom risotto and not to mention plenty of local wine and limoncello, given to us by Ameillo who has worked on the Amaldi port for many years and is well known across the whole of Amalfi coast. We also delicious lemon pancakes (cooked by myself and another girl on the boat!) and also the most creamy hot chocolate I have ever had (even if it was $7!) ...
... the Germans come running! Man those Germans are noisy. Get out of my way, people!! Actually, the crowds aren't too bad. In fact Ravello is very much an out of the way visit for most day trippers, so the lack of crowds is a pleasant relief. Next stop, Villa Rufolo, built in the 13th century by one of the richest and most influential families of Ravello, the Rufolo family. Once again fabulous views, with an artistic bent, as this estate holds a season ...
... for Wagner’s “Parsifal’, and classical concerts are performed there during Ravello summer festival. Villa Cimbrone has a very large English park, sculptures, statues, and a view platform over the sea, called The Terrace of Infinity. We could have spent the whole day there in the park…
Back on the square we had some sandwiches at the bar, and went to the bus stop to get down to Amalfi, as it was after 6 PM. By the time we got to ...