Centro Congressi San Luca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... saw us bussing it down to the main village of Positano and having lunch with a young couple (from Dublin) who were holidaying. After lunch and a few Prosseccos we wandered around and took in as much as we could it was all so beautiful. Shops filled with beautiful linen, stunning ceramics, art work, jewellery and people just sitting eating and drinking. We shopped for cheese, nibbles and tomatoes and that was our dinner. Sitting up on the terrace in the soft light just taking it all ...
... was a bit of a shock. I'm sure it's a nice place but not like Almalfi!!!!
Dinner was fabulous at Da Maria's fried seafood platter with no batter, so yummy. and we had desert .....................On the walk home, the weather had gone bad,wind and rain pushing us along to our lovely hotel.
Our last day in Almalfi . We woke to sunny skies and beautiful clear views.We spent the morning exploring the last of the sights of Amalfi ...
... I think it's KM's .... not miles) it was 16 KM's of the most spectacular coastline we have ever seen. As seems to be the recurring theme of this holiday ..... It has to be seen to be believed. Stopped in a little town along the way to visit the Emerald Grotto. We had to walk down a few steps then get in an elevator which went down about 100m's ( quite an engineering feat really as the elevator has been cut into solid rock ! ) and opened ...
... for dinner and the other night our Skipper Nico cooked a traditional Italian pasta dish for us - Delizioso (delicious in Italian). From Sorrento we caught the train to Pompeii and had a guided walking tour of the Pompeii ruins. Pompeii is like a labyrinth and covers a total of 170 acres and our two hour tour only scraped the sides of the fascinating archeological site. The city of Pompeii was an ancient Roman town destroyed by the Volcano Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD and was buried under ...
... in Italy - it seemed to us that most of the drivers were travelling at least twice the speed on the sign. When you get to the smaller roads there are scooters everywhere and overtaking on blind corners - it's a bit of a free for all but there's very little evidence of road rage.
We're staying at the Residence Alcione - it's centrally located in Positano which is very handy. We've got a 1 bedroom apartment which is very comfortable. We've ...