Hotel Dei Cavalieri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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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 ...
... journey. Positano is a village and comune on the Amalfi Coast, in Campania, Italy, mainly in an enclave in the hills leading down to the coast. It has a popular dirty coloured beach that you have to pay for to use, lots of umbrellas and many people lazing on the 'sand'. Nothing like the golden sands in Queensland. We walked through the market stalls in Positano, many of them selling linen and ...
Today we slept in a bit, which was a nice change of pace. We enjoyed breakfast outside on the terrace, overlooking the water. The poached eggs come highly recommended and did not disappoint (I too wondered how poached eggs could be so great, but they were perfectly cooked, atop toasted bread drizzled with olive oil... Yummy). We also discovered the lemon filled croissants... Amazing. This area of Italy is known for lemons, and you can find lemon anything here. After breakfast, ...
Amalfi Coast is where we are now. Amalfi Coast is half way down Italy. We have an interesting view of ….. the old Sorrento harbour, the rocky cliffs and mountains and the sparkling water and the old ships.
On the first day we went to Sorrento. We went down cute little streets and then we saw a restaurant called Il Bufalito. We had stuffed anchovies, ink fettuccini and buffalo cheese ravioli. The food was "yummy, yummy food ...
... we walked through the entrance and got into a small boat with an entertaining driver who sang and entertained us in a number of different languages (including listing as many cities he knew from Japan - as there were a couple of Japanese tourists onboard).
We had lunch in the main square with a waitress who was racing around like a blue a*sed fly but delivered everything correctly. She wasn't happy with the marachi band that came around in ...