Hotel Dei Cavalieri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Dei Cavalieri Amalfi
Travel Blogs from Amalfi
... balcony ever overlooking the water! I sat outside and ate one of my rolls for lunch before going down to the terrace where there were sun beds with the stunning ocean view! I laid in the sun for a but before the sun went behind the clouds so I decided it was time for a shower! I had a nice long shower and washed my hair and enjoyed having the privacy of my own bathroom! After I walked into town to have a look around. I ...
... 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 ...
We left Rome this morning for Naples, taking again the high speed train (that at times was going 300 km per hour!). The trip took just over an hour. We were met at the Naples train station by Antonio, who drove us to the Ruins. Pompeii was a city of approximately 20,000 people that was destroyed when the volcano Vesuvius erupted in AD79. The people had no warning of the eruption, and the result was a ...
... Italian men, especially old Italian men, are such flirts!!! We thanked them both, grazie, ciao ciao and off we went to climb back up all those stairs to our studio. Mike packed a lunch and off we went on another hike Mike had picked out of our hiking book. This hike was to start in the hill town above us, Pogerola, and continue South through a few more towns then drop back down to the sea and come back along sea level to Amalfi. Again...this hike was to start in the hill town above ...
... never say no to the birthday girl - no codes were observed by the early Romans (or were these steps so old that the pre-Roman civilization, the Etruscans could have built them?). Yes we were again approaching the top, how that happened?
The rest of the story... We are now in Praiano (more about this place when we write about we got here). Tune in to read about the Path of the Gods - http://www.positano.com/en/i/il-sentier o-degli-dei