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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... jacuzzi and it doesn't get much better. Once again our hosts here were so accommodating, we shared a bottle of wine with them (French/English charades) before touring a local Medi-evil town and local sightseeing. Not enough time spent here unfortunately. Next morning we continued on to;
Cannes & the French Riviera - Some places have really stood out on our travels and Cannes is one of them, include the surrounding towns of St Tropez, Nice, Monaco and its stunning ...
... the cool sea breeze cool us. It would have to be the best way and only way to travel the travel the Amafi coast.
Arriving we notice that where we caught the boat to go to Amalfi they have now reserected shade covers. Michael quickly checks the iPad for directions to Europcar and we make our way there to collect our 4 cars. We are to be a convoy heading to Calabria.
We hand over our licenses etc and because we used my credit card to secure the cars he wanted my license ...
... after the months of planning and what a great time we have had. This experience has really ignited the fire in his travel belly and he is already talking about planning another trip next year, this time with his 2 daughters. About 11pm I head back to our room and try and get the 5 or so hours sleep before we have to get up to start the long journey home. We have to leave at 5am to drive to Rome, drop off the rental car, fly to Heathrow, go to Bray for a ...
... Australia and China this one was spectacularly under whelming. However the boat trip was worth it. Back in Amalfi we walked around the shops and finally chose a restaurant just off the square from the cathedral- Trattoria Casalinga da Barracca. Great ambience and the owner is good fun.
Later on our balcony we were lucky to see the St Anthony's parade pass by on the road beneath us. This is an annual festival to ...
We started our day early with a boat ride to the Amalfi Coast. This was a bigger boat with room for about 40 passengers which I thought might be a good thing. However, it also went much faster that the boat to Capri which meant more ups and downs on some fair sized waves. At one point on the way back I honestly thought I was going to lose my lunch. I made Rob hold my hand. It helped. Our guide Giovanni was very entertaining. He went around and asked ...