Hotel Club Sabbiadoro
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... rules in the UK- haha !!!! Positano is truly beautiful. Our lunch was 3 scoops of ice cream each, a mojito and a Pina colada, and lots of walking to shed the calories :) We were very sad to leave the Amalfi Coast, but hope to be back sometime. Early the next morning we got on the road, looked at the map and decided to go as far as Arezzo. On good old Booking.com we found an apartment close to town and what a surprise we had when we got there. A ...
Lazy start to the day. Visit to travel agent to firm up Cooking and Kayaking events. Mamma Agata's course was full for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. But Beth is signed up for different cooking school for Thursday. Kayaking date was not firmed up. Maybe tomorrow? The hike Headed up through the town to the start of the hiking ...
... missed some of the trip (z-z-z-z).
By the time we got back to the hotel it was about 8.00pm - so we did the Italian thing - we went out.
We did some last minute shopping (souvenirs for the grandkids mainly) then found a café for our last taste of Roma. Cathy had a glass of wine and some bruschetta and I had coffee and cannoli (diet starts tomorrow).
Once back at the hotel we did the preliminary packing ready for the start of our trip home tomorrow.
... a corner near us, and were delighted that after walking a few metres she stopped, pulled out a jacket and put it on. Instant positive feedback.
We have talked about food quite a bit in the previous episodes and the fact that great food starts with great produce. In Italy, for “great” read FRESH produce. The place where the serious foodies shop is at the fresh food markets and the markets in Palermo are quite ...
... and smelt amazing.
We were aiming to walk down to the small habour on the other side of the island but the road was shut (not sure why). Instead we visited the gardens which were on top of the hill and had amazing views over the other side of the island. It was beautiful and peaceful, despite the crowds. We also found a lovely gelato shop in the back streets so we had another chance to look for the best lemon gelato in Italy.
We had a leisurely stroll ...