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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we made our way back to the hotel. We went to the dining room to wait and meet our cousins! After about an hour they arrived!! Firstly we met Maria and Tonino, then Zia Gilda, then Assunta and Luigi and their 2 kids Yosef and Gian Paolo. Yosef is 3 and Gian Paolo is 5. We had coffee and cake and went outside to take some photos. After we took some photos the adults started talking and the kids started playing. I noticed that Yosef and Gian ...
... over the ocean. Typically Italian, with red and white check tablecloths, pizza ovens and open kitchen. Great pizzas.
After lunch we walked around the town for a while and then took the bus back to Positano which took less than 20 min. The drivers know every bend and go as fast as they can – blind corners, just beep and go.
Sunday we were a bit tired but knew that if we did not walk, we would both seize up. So down the hill to ...
... at the gate when it opened at 8:30am to try and avoid some of the crowds. We were pretty much in the first 10 people who were lined up at the gate. The entry fee was 11 euros and I had a 50 in my hot little hand. When I finally arrived at the ticket window and asked for 2 adult tickets and plonked my 50 down, the lady informed me that this was a public holiday in Italy and entry for today only was 1 euro! I was stoked! Trying to recover my 43 euro fine for the late ...
... in the heat but this time in reverse… first, a few hundred steps down from the van to the village and then from village to the sea to look at all the yachts parked up. After a strength building ice cream at the beach bar at the bottom we started the ascent right back up.
Back at camp, I made a great pepperoni risotto. And who said that Arborio rice wasn’t a camping ...
... We went into the old church there, and took in the main plaza, then decided to head up the hill to Ravelo.
The bus ride was much more of the same, but apparently the day before Almafi experienced a bad mud slide (one missing girl and lots of destroyed things), and the bus went right past which was interesting. When we reached Ravelo, the views were amazing! We took photo upon photo of the coast line. The town, much like all the others, is ...