Baia di Puolo
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... narrow cobbled streets and beside the occasional presumably ancient olive and lemon grove. We made a few wrong turns, had to double back a couple of times and ask for directions, though no one seemed to have heard of the towns we thought we needed to get to. Eventually we were directed off the cobbled path onto something that quickly became more like a goat path, skirting the coast 200 or so metres above the water. It was ...
... to to continue on to the city of Amalfi but time passes so quickly here. We catch a bus back to Sorrento, the train back to Meta and end our day at Ninuccio's Restaurant that Luigi recommended. This beautiful pine tree greets us on our walk down to Covent Garden (named after a neighborhood in London). The Garden has become our nightly hangout! I've nicknamed it "Dona's Tree"! Our night light on the way home is the cathedral on top of our street. Buona ...
... distance there are snow capped mountains stretching to the north and
south - quite breathtaking.
After settling into the hotel we went for our usual jaunt around the town to get a feel for the
place (as well as scouting out some eating places).
Looks to be an interesting place. A blend of traditional shops and markets,
mixed in with some high end shopping for the well heeled tourist, as
well as ...
I went to the train station at 2 because Chris's flight was supposed to land at 2, it was late so he was late and I freaked out because I couldn't get to him via phone. We found each other and ran to catch the 4:14 train, we just barely missed it by a split second! Turns out that the doors lock when the train is about to take off, boo. We caught a later train and had some problem with seating because we forgot that we had bough tickets for the 4:14, not ...
... Spain when she visited Naples during the 1800's. It
features the colors of the Italian flag: red, white, and green. At
the end of the class (about 1730), we sit in the dining room and eat
what we have prepared. This presents a problem for dinner.
Our fish and pasta were excellent, and
we are not hungry for dinner. However, we did have two bottles of
wine (red and white) delivered to the room. It's tough duty, but
someone has to do it. ...