Baia di Puolo
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Baia di Puolo Massa Lubrense
Travel Blogs from Massa Lubrense
... to Massa Lubrensa and once again have lunch at the beach cafe below........a very good salad!
In the evening we eat from the a la carte menu and really enjoy the beautiful food. The disappointment was that they requested hotel guests to eat at 7:00 pm as they were hosting two functions that evening.......clearly functions take precedence over hotel guests.......so we will not return in the future!
... at 11, the clouds dissolved, the sky turned blue (Everybody Loves Me Baby, What's the Matter with You?, Don MacLean) and we were able to venture out. Mt Vesuvius refused to remove his fluffy grey hat; but he has a reputation for grumpiness and not doing the right thing. We hopped on the skinny orange bus, did some shopping in Anacapri (read, cheaper Capri) and had a rainless look at Capri Central then set out on the walk to find Emperor Tiberius's palace. Onward and upward we ...
... island’s next largest town, Anacapri, for a better experience and sightseeing. But the round trip to the Grotte proved too long for anything else on Capri today. It was well worth it.
La Grotte Azzura is a 54 metre cave that can only be accessed from the water. It is famous as one of several of the world’s light reflecting caves that seem to glow brilliant shades of emerald, or in this case, blue. Sunlight ...
... the people were just as bad down here. We extra clung on to our things and stood with our backs to the train tracks and as close to the 'yellow line' as possible. This way we could see people from in front and both sides. A few people in particular stood out - with very obvious behaviour that seemed almost certainly wrong - they were up to no good whatsoever. Then you had your smokers. In their abundance. Smoke absolutely permeated the entire station - and as a matter of ...
... is still burning brighter, and my dream continues. Just making it to the Amalfi has proved to me (and to all those around me that told me I would never make it), that there is no such thing as an impossible dream. I know I will return and finish my visit to south Italy. This is just the beginning of a new life, a life full of success and failures, of heaven and hell, of friendships and betrayals. But as long as I have a dream, a goal, I have a reason to live. I have ...