Hotel Club Sabbiadoro
Travel Blogs from Battipaglia
... up a conversation and were very glad we did. Helen and Ryan were from Yorkshire and were on their second trip to Italy. Close in age we found they had a lot in common with us and the conversation carried all throughout dinner. They were fans of the same American TV series that we watch and we learned all about proper Yorkshire pudding and Northern England. It was a very pleasant ending to what had been an exhausting day.
Note regarding boat rentals: Despite ...
... markets are huge with everything from groceries to bathroom fixtures. The shops are filled with stacks of clothing still in their wrapping. Looks like imports. It is a city of contrasts. Walking by a beautiful well kept building with valet service and next to it is a pile of trash. We spent only one day here so have just quick impressions. It is unfair to judge a city with such a surface tour. However I am not putting this city of "must return to" ...
... up for the boat heading to the Isle of Capri. Lucky we made the trip, it was a great day of chilling by the beach, checking out the township and a boat tour around the island including a swim in the blue grotto.
Final day of the tour was a drive down south along the Amalfi coast stopping in at the Amalfi township for a swim and some food and then another village further south. We saw the biggest luxury yacht of the trip here. Googled it later and turns out it was ...
... me but no-one else. After the cathedral we met up again with J&L and found somewhere to have lunch. Caroline had found a guide-recommended restaurant which was off the beaten track but we found our way the just to find that it was only open at night. So we ended up in the old theatre pizzeria and ate some excellent pizzas served by the rather grumpy old lady owner. She obviously took a dislike to Lorraine as she ...
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