Graal Hotel Ravello
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Wednesday started with a quick swim at 7am then a nice, light breakfast on the 3rd floor terrace. We then headed to Ravello which is on the opposite side of the valley to where we are in Scala.
Scala is made up of 6 hamlets. Every Hamlet has at least one church. They seem very spread out and it seems some sort of settlement has been built wherever they can find a bit of suitable land. The gradient does not deter the building.
... back to Positano for a wine tasting we had scheduled with the husband of our walking tour guide the previous day.
We waited for bus after bus to show up with an older retired couple from New Zealand. We had a lot of fun talking with them, but unfortunately the next two scheduled buses never showed up. This meant we would miss our wine tasting! We were bummed about that, but didn't think it was too big of a deal. By the ...
... we had to prepare for the walk uphill. The walk is great, some sections going through the back streets of towns then winding through vineyards with dogs barking and of course beautiful views. We were variously assaulted with wind rain and sun but thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Just in time we made it back to the hotel before it bucketed down. A few hours of relaxing while the wind and rain howled around our terrace. We had booked dinner at ...
... was terrific and the owner a sweet older Italian lady. She knew the apartment we were staying and said that customers always said it was a nice place but, “too many steps.”
To complete our evening we stopped at a little altimentari (grocery store) for breakfast supplies. Chuck likes to think he is an Italian language expert, after all he has the Rosetta Stone course. By the time the night ended we wondered if it laid on his ...
... back for a couple day stay there later in our trip. We took the high speed train to Naples and then a taxi to our house here in Sant'Agata. We can see the isle of Capri from the terrace. Beautiful! We were welcomed by the home owner with such hospitality including a bottle of local wine, pastries and sparkling water. We walked the short walk to town center and had a ...