Baia di Puolo
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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 ...
... exciting and close,with the cliffs, cars and other passengers. We just managed to squeeze through the side door of the bus to claim the prime view point through the side door window. The other passengers appreciated our excellent position as they tried to exit.
We start with our first walk from Amalfi to Ravello – walk 6 and 8 . Climbing through the streets of Amalfi and up a few steps(2547). Important fact always read the ...
... sea below could be seen. The Faraglioni rocks rising majestically out of the water could also be seen in the landscape below and to think, I was there just less than an hour ago cruising around them and through its natural hole.
I was happy to know that here, we had a good two hours of leisure time to wander around, relax and enjoy the views. There was so ...
... that the GPS was **** it just kept saying to turn right over and over.
Anyway we finally got on the Autostrada at about 12:30pm and made our way to Vietri sul Mare in good time which is pretty much the start of the Amalfi Coast on the eastern side. Our first stop was Ravello and we where all pretty hungry, so I drove up the hill to Ravello and parked the car on the street near the main entrance to the touristy part of town. We went ...
... At one point the barber was blow drying the top of Dan’s hair. He had been spikified. I got the giggles and had to return to Italian Simpsons to stop its progression to belly laughs. Dan started s******ing and the barber asked him if it was alright and then realised that Dan wasn’t so keen on the spiky look. He chopped a bit more off and Dan looked regularish, if not a bit shorter than normal.
He was now ready to be presented to ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed