Graal Hotel Ravello
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of the spectacular coastline on the trip to Ravello because I had some guys smelly armpits in my face. Ravello is spectacular - the views are amazing. I did a tour of two villas while I was there (Jack didn't - he wasn't interested). The first was Villa Cimbrone - 6 hectares of gardens, fountains, nymphs, temples, pavilions, and of course, those stunning views. The second was Villa ...
... the front of the queue and could get seats on the right side of the bus for the best views. Waited for the 9.15 bus which didn't come, the next bus at 9.30 didn't turn up either. Eventually one of the bus officials came to tell us that the next bus was at 9.50. By this time the bus queue was Bout 1/2 km long! At least we were near the front so we knew we would get on. At last the bus arrived and off we went. The trip was hair raising, the road is so windy Nd you ...
Yet another lovely blue sky morning in Positano. The plan for today is trip to Ravello and Villa Cimbrone. Ravello is a music and arts mecca; its spectacular views over the gulf of Salerno and coastal towns and its two main garden villas Cimbrone and Rufolo are an attraction to historical and current artists and source of inspiration.
The trip ...
... left at the apartment that we might want to take a hiking tour on the only road in Ravello that doesn’t go anywhere!
Around 9 p.m. we were discussing the day events and Chuck asked if we’d seen any women driving here and we said not many but a few. We asked why and he remarked that he hadn’t seen any. “Whenever I look up, all I see are men glaring at me.”
... new trails. Instead we were on a lovely road through wooded areas, nice hills and stunning scenery. Suddenly, a road closed sign appeared in our path. In the past we have just gone around the signs unless there happened to be a police officer yelling at us to turn around. It always worked in the past. This time, however, there were concrete blockades and we were about to head into a tunnel. The rational side of the brain kicked in and we opted to find a detour. The detour took us ...