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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Amalfi. It’s just one of those things that must be done. We got the leaded version for Heather while we bought the crème version for us. The fully leaded version is very strong. We continued to roam around looking for keychains of course. Strangely, though, we were unsuccessful. It seems that, on the Amalfi coast, keychains are not a hot commodity. All of the shops have limoncello, tiles and t-shirts but there are usually 2 or 3 ...
... is on the Main Street and only about two hundred metres from the ferry stop. Oh well! At least we are here. Amalfi is a really nice town. Not nearly as touristy as expected. Our room is great, two levels with a balcony on to the Main Street (even if Liz is too scared to sit out there and has her chair in the doorway). Dinner is at the restaurant in the next square which is run by the family of Vincenzo who owns our hotel. The place was packed and the food excellent. We had a great ...
... along to coastal road..... the vista is unbelievable (believe me!), and Nico is telling us about the history of limoncello.... and apparently limoncello is NOT a big yellow violin... but has its ancestry in Positano and Sorrento..... Jan has a recipe that she will be bringing home - so watch out.. the alcohol content is around 25% ..... so a schooner of that will really rock your socks! It's about a 1 hour drive from Positano to Pompeii and ...
... of their politics still have on us today. After that we had a pizza lunch then hiked to the top if Mount Vesuvius which was a little cloudy but still gave a pretty good view. When I got back I wandered around Naples and had dinner. Naples is kind of a grubby ...
... Pompeii was much more expansive than we had envisioned. We were able to see the way the city worked...how they lived ...and died. This included the many temples, shops ( shop keepers generally had a shop on each side of their home), bath houses, gymnasiums and the most interesting of them all...the red light district. There were 25 brothels in Pompeii at the time of the volcano and the one that we saw was quite intriguing. ...