- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... fresh fruit, etc... very nice. We then found our way to the ferry station and paid 8 euros to take the ferry from Salerno to Amalfi, beautiful ride, water very calm. Got to practice my Italian skills with a person on the ferry, nice to be able to do so "poco"! very little but fun. When we got to Amalfi we bought a ticket for the bus to Ravello for 1,20 euro, waited maybe 15 minutes, it was then standing room only all the way, probably took 20-25 minutes, the ferry is ...
... silicone replaced and the carpets cleaned while we were out on our excursion tomorrow - was this acceptable? "My heavens yes", I told her as she introduced me to a new stateroom assistant - apparently our previous man has been replaced. Yikes, hate for that to happen but clearly they are taking this very seriously.
Once we relaxed and the trail of attendants and service people finished pampering us for the day, we have settled in, all our clothes for ...
Like Paola, Salerno was a city I passed through many-a-time on my adventures north. The first time to Salerno is still a vivid memory.
"It was shortly after I arrived to southern Italy, when my friends and I rented a car and just drove north without any intention on a destination. The winding highway north from Cosenza took us to Salerno. Approaching the city, I remember looking out the window ...
Hot day, bussed to Minori (means small)
A lovely wee village we could come back to as the beach was accessible and had real sand.
2 deck chairs with umbrella only 8€ or at Chalet de Mar, another chair umbrella company, it was 10€ With free wifi
In CAPRI yesterday if was 20€ each or they could do a deal of 20€ for 2 for an hour
Ruins of a Roman Villa from 1st century AD, discovered in 1934 by ...
... ourselves, avoiding the loud talking of some American's and New Zealanders sitting near us. Conversations between countries are often so similar with the men comparing land prices for housing and economies, population differences and politics. We've over heard some cringe worthy conversations between Australians and the Italian waiters with a dinky di Aussie asking the waiter if he had any Kangaroo to eat as ...