- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in front of the Sea. From there we entered the Grotto, hopped in a little row boat and our Guide rowed us around the Grotto. It was very beautiful, crystal clear, sparkling, emerald coloured water, some stalactites and stalagmites and that was about it ! Onwards from there to a little Bar for some Bruschetta and a drink and a lovely chat on the phone with Rachel, Craig and Reub's. We enquired with the owner of the bar as to ...
... the upper walkway behind Luna to view the town from above. We found a small nice restaurant tucked on a back passageway for lunch, eating inside as the breeze was a bit chilly. Then we visited the town's cathedral, Amalfi's main attraction which claims to have the remains of St. Andrew there. The sanctuary is quite beautiful. Then we checked into our room which looks out over the sea from the third floor with a long balcony. Right in our sea view was the Star ...
The best way I can describe life in Italy thus far is one endless episode of man v. food. Anyone who thinks carbs are the devil needs to come to Italy and watch all the skinny beautiful women demolish huge portions of pasta, and that's just lunch. No measly ham sandwiches on offer here! For dinner, the local restaurant serves up delicious antipasti, followed by CAULDRONS of pasta and huge plates of meat. Unlike man v. food, the food here is ...
... The waiters were super polite, wearing suspenders, and even nice enough to take a picture of us and our spectacular view.
So we had a week in Praiano and to summarise; it was a lot of walking, even more sweating, some swimming, some reading, some tanning, some burning, some pizza and taking in the sights. We spent a few days down at the beach, which is really just a concrete platform next to ...
... centuries, until the 1700’s when it was accidentally rediscovered. Whilst its destruction was tragic and totally unexpected, the complete coverage of thick layers of ash actually preserved history in time, allowing us to now discover a past that may not have been otherwise known.
So, our visit to Pompeii was enlightening, and our part as a tourist – well, it was tres ordinare ! However, our day ended in the ...