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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lift) over 1211 metres of length.
After we took the happy snaps of the views we got to do the return trip.
Back in Anacapri we caught a local bus to Capri for a look around and a late lunch, followed by a trip down the old funicular to the port again. Three hours just flew!
Pepe came back for us and we cruised around the rest of the it, back across the gulf and then found a sheltered spot to swim. It had really clouded over so no one wanted to get in but i decided it ...
... s "family" in some way. So he passed on the shave, and we both emerged from the salon.....where Bob realised that his idea of a number 3, wasn't the same as a "Positano number 3" .... he was (to put it bluntly) "bald!"
Undeterred, and with Bob covering his shiny head with his hat that has now lasted almost a week, we wandered back into Positano.... at least the 2km hike was downhill this time! and we saw some really spectacular views ...
... to Naples at 250 km/hour including two stops in Rome.
In Naples we needed to switch to a regionale train to Salerno. The train number and time was not listed on the departures so we went to the ticket office to check it out. After waiting in line for about ½ hour we found out that the time and number for this train had changed. I guess they don’t send email updates in the case of changes. The time was only 6 minutes later than we anticipated so all was still well.
... largest population, some 16,000 residents, Sorrento's vibrant city scene was a nice break from the smaller villages of the Amalfi coast that seem overwhelmed by tourists. We parked on a busy main street and walked several blocks to the Villa Communale park and the nearby Chiesa di San Francesco. We had fabulous views of Vesuvius and the Gulf of Naples.
The drive back to San Sebastiano was quick (especially since we now had a map to guide us). ...
... say its not for the car sick prone either as it is sort of like a theme park ride. I have loaded a bit of video which may give an idea but you don't really see how close to the edge we are or the negotiation of corners - where one party has to stop or back up and let the other lane through as its too tight to fit two vehicles around at a time. With corners blending into the next with little straight road if any in parts it can be almost dizzying.