Hotel Due Torri Amalfi
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from Amalfi
... cliff edge overlooking Amlafi town and the sea, decked out impeccably inside too. There are over 700 odd oversized steps to reach our B&b and our calves are feeling each one of them. Its either that or the hair raising bus trip to the top, even then we still have to walk back down 200 steps to get home, but somehow its all worth it. In our 4 days here I was lucky enough to hire a boat for a few hours and cruise up and down the coastline, something special I will never forget, ...
... Seeing their difficulty I decided to phone Europcar and ask for some assistance plus I wanted our car changed as this aircon thing was beginning to drive me crazy. The conversation went like this.
Elizabetta: Pronto, Europcar sono Elisabetta.
Me: (I started in Italian) Elisabetta it's Maria Martino we just hired 4 cars from you and one of the cars has a flat tyre.
Elisabetta: Did you hit a curb?
Me: I'm not sure of all the details as we've only just arrived and ...
... nothing. He has been to the beach, been shopping and bought some shorts and walked up the Main Street and found a restaurant for dinner. For the last hour he and Scott have been downing cocktails in the terrace bar and he is in a very good mood.
i have a quick shower and we head up the street to the restaurant which has been recommended to David by a local. It's my first glimpse at Amalfi and it's cute and colourful. We walk up the ...
... trip to visit Pompeii.
It is such a fascinating place.
I loved being able to show the kids this city from 79 AD that was destroyed by Mt Vesuvius, and to give an insight into how people lived so many years ago.
The kids seemed to really enjoy it and learn from it.
Our Amalfi stay was a memorable, crazy, fun destination.
... from Giovanni, such as, telling us we were to hold hands and make a wish in Positano, the arch/bridge in the rock formations on the coastline called the "Arch of Sighs" ( loses in the translation a bit) where couples row under the arch and the woman always sighs (he didn't know why) and just pointing out hotels that were "very expensive" on the coast. After the harrowing ride back, we boarded a bus that dropped us about a kilometer from our hotel ...