Hotel Dei Cavalieri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dei Cavalieri Amalfi
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... I get asked for my ticket after 11 days of riding around the region—and I don’t have one! And there’s two of us, making it a hefty 50 euro fine apiece. We try to play the dumb tourist card, not speaking Italian, explaining that we tried to get tickets but could find any. Finally the guy gives up and tells us to get off at the next town and buy our tickets—to which we happily agree. So since we have to get off the bus anyways, we figure ...
... During the summer concerts are given at the villa. The orchestra sits on a platform built over the gardens so it looks like they are floating.
We left Ravello, travelled back to Amalfi and took another bus to Positano. Another hair raising journey. Positano is a village on the Amalfi Coast, in Campania, Italy, mainly in an ...
... around the streets of Amalfi. We sat at a cafe in the main square and had a glass of the local white wine before returning to te ship. Dinner in the Discovery restaurant was followed by coffee in the Mosaic cafe. The captain stopped to talk to us, and as advised by Chad, Robyn asked him who was driving the ship. The reply was "we are in port ...
... was using the touch screen to take photos of what later turned out to be glimpses of the heads of 1 million Japanese tourists. What a pointless endeavour - but it did take our minds off, what otherwise would have been a journey of Titanic proportions! And the drama didn't end when we parked at Positano. People were scrambling up the gangplank as the boat bobbed up and down furiously.... and in our rush to "abandon ship" - as we stood on the harbour ...
... over looking the bay. <u>Summary</u> Amalfi coast was probably the best way to end our first holiday together. The scenery throughout the day was amazing. I enjoyed both Amalfi and Positano, they were really nice in their own ways. I probably would say I preferred Positano just because it was a little more quieter then Amalfi and it had a cute beach which cafes and restaurants metres away. All the sweets with the clothe shops and souvenir shops also made it have ...