Hotel Dei Cavalieri
Travel Blogs from Amalfi
... before my flight feeling very anxious as you can imagine. Then I had to get through the long security queues to enter the airport, check my bags in and then get through even longer queues at passport control, taking another hour or so! Running to my gate I made it with 20 minutes to spare...phew (I felt like I was on the Amazing Race) But I knew I still had to get from Naples to Amalfi and find my tour group/sailing boat before I could really breathe a sigh of relief. My luck did ...
... The road is quite narrow, with many twists and hairpin turns each having extreme drop offs on the coastal side. And I mean EXTREME! Thankfully I was squished against a window on the opposite side of the cliff and with my backpack on my lap, I could not see forward or to the cliff side on my left. I am very claustrophobic and found I needed to just stare out the window and not think about how at times I felt I could not breath, of course wiping the salty sweat from my eyes. Later Mike ...
... the ruins, managing to get just a light shower of rain (the weather forecast for today was **** which was prompted us to do this tour). While amongst the ruins, Louis bumped into a couple of kids from Mount Players (the theatre group LJ and Ally go to at Mount Macedon). Lunch was at a prearranged restaurant; the standard fair of pizza, pasta or a meat dish, salad, drinks etc. We met a great couple from 'Fawkner' who were sitting on our ...
... cents you could have a cold shower or for €1 you could have a warm shower or you could wait until you get back to your Hotel room and have one for free!!
After our frolic in the Mediterranean Sea we headed back to our room for our free shower before spending our last night on the balcony enjoying a thunderstorm and lighting show in the distance over a couple of beers.
Off to dinner at a lovely little restaurant in the corner of the plaza whereby ...
... street was only wide enough for one way traffic to travel further, stopping at lights next to our table. When a vintage Fiat cinquecento (500cc, pronounced 'chinkwi chento') parked up, Rena, primed with wine and the hot sun, got up to take a closer look at the Italian classic!
After lunch we wandered further up Lorenzo D'Amalfi, past Hotel Amalfi, where Rob ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet