Hotel La Colombaia
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more time, but decided to go back to the car. Lorenzo drove us back to Atrani...generally people will see Amalfi as well, but since we were staying nearby, we didn't have to bother. He asked us along the way if there was something else we wanted to see, but we passed a really intense rain burst and thought it would be raining anywhere we stopped. The tours are 8-9 hours, but we only did 8. I guess we should have asked him ...
... local dinner. Our host at the Bed & Breakfast set up the reservation for us - we were literally right on the water at the marina...great views of the water & mountains! There was no menu, the waiter just asked if we wanted the appetizer, pasta, fish, dessert, etc. We enjoyed a local wine, various fresh seafood, and a traditional dessert. Not having any idea ...
... Damn Roger and his "wait a minute til the wave hits your feet" picture taking! · booked a boat excursion for tomorrow. :) However, they came to our B&B later in the day to tell us there was a problem with the boat, so we will go on Wed. · tonite we had chicken with lemon, a local dish. A nice change from pizza and ...
... become acquainted with "America 1&2". @ We all went to try to see as many museums as possible, realised the one we were going to was ******* miles away. The MAXXI: is it modern? contemporary? anyway new art. And even after a few vinos I still thought it was all absolute junk. A spotlight with a string going to another spotlight? A box pushed on its side on the floor?? Lame. Fun to go out ...
... all for E25.
Tonight I witnessed two amazing things one of which embarrasses me and the other embarrasses all the locals. Tonight is the vigil of the Catholic feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary into heaven without death or judgement. Watching the fireworks, the procession the pageantry the hypocrisy the fan fare of superstition in a country that can hardly call itself Christian Roman Catholic: 87% (approximately; one third ...