Centro Congressi San Luca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Green Grotto is that there are underground tunnels in the cave causing natural light to enter the space creating a beautiful colour to the water that is a blue/green colour and a few spots along the cave walls that look like someone has put in a spotlight. The “captain” reminded us at every turn to make sure he got a tip as he rowed us around the cave pointing out stalactites that looked like alligators and spaghetti and shawls. Oh and they ...
... Quite pretty but I wonder if it is worth the fuss. We have been very lucky with fabulous weather and with a great local guide, just avoiding a large boat filled with Japanese tourists who are apparently mad about the grotto. Ditto I am told that other groups have had to wait up to two and a half hours to get into the row boats. Up ...
... they have, closely followed by Canadians and Kiwis .... and Israelis are the worst, because they always dispute the pricing. Just as we were leaving Silvia was in an argument with a guy that was unwilling to pay the 30 Euro cleaning fee that's clearly stated on all the booking info. Not happy. Anyway, we said our goodbyes and they thanked us for the plush Koala we left with them, saying their daughter loved it. Francesco walked us down the alley to his car which ...
... was in Positano. There is none!! as people park on the roadway as close as they can to the cliff with a 3000 ft drop to the ocean or hug the mountain so you can only climb put the driver side door. Either way, I'm glad we didn't drive here!!! Liam and Rowan had scrapes on their bodies from the waves crashing them ashore, but as the bandages covered their bodies, the smiles overshadowed any injuries. This phase of our trip was ...
... around every corner and watching the road ahead. Nothing prepares you for the sight of an on-coming bus heading straight down the middle of the road with what looks like no room to spare. The only thing that was scarier was when Carlo made numerous phones calls and some how managed to maneuver the bends in the road while avoiding near misses.
One bend was extremely tight as a bus was also trying to manoeuvre the bend, we all inched our way around, with the bus gently ...