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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... the company of good friends is truly living la dolce vita. At the table, we are nourished in body and spirit, and our soul is also healed in the midst of life's many challenges. Communion is more then just our Sunday Eucharist but extends to our daily nourishment at the table. A cappuccino at midnight is the extra bit of power and energy that pushes you through and revives your spirit, it is that continued conversation and communion with friends which heals the ...
... valley. We went up, into old Assisi on foot. We were taken into the basilicas. There are, in fact two basilica, the upper and the lower and one is stacked on the other. There are also four floors, two of which had been secret, a secret kept by the monks for many centuries. Soon after Francis died they built a church in Assisi, heavily frescoed, showing the life of Jesus and of Francis. They buried him in a crypt under this church. (Levels one and two) A little time after they ...
Seeing the Amalfi Coast has been something I have wanted to see for many years. Many people have said it is breathtaking and with advice from our hotel owner, seeing the gorgeous coastline from the water is the best way. I am soo glad we took his advice.
As per the usual tour thing a bus picked us up from our hotel and took us down to Navona to
the boat. Initially I was a bit concerned as I get sea sick. This was never an issue, I felt great the whole time! ...
Positano is much more tourist focused than Praiano but thankfully not in the the same league as Capri.
We enjoyed ambling through the narrow streets of this very pretty town, that unlike Praiano rambles right down to the ocean. Although there are many shops - clothes, shoes, pottery and the dreaded souvenirs, it is an extremely attractive town -it's one great feature is that cars are ...
... should get lunch.
Deciding what to eat was a whole other matter. It was inevitable that this in itself was going to take a few disagreements, sulks and stomping of the feet before we could even think about where we would sit to eat. Eventually we sat at the port where the ferries come in after coming from Capri. A few moments passed when everyone started making their food up (bread and tuna and lots of crisp and mayo) when ...