Hotel La Colombaia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We had another beautiful sunrise, and after sitting outside for a while, we walked up the steps to a church sanctuary, high up on the other side of the ravine to where our apartment is in Atrani. There are so many tiny little paths running through the houses that you can get quite lost and end up somewhere quite different from where you wanted to be! Thankfully we found the right path quite quickly (unlike yesterday when I led ...
... cows in the hill top fields, enormous perfectly stacked wood heaps and lush green grass. We changed to another cable car for 40 people. The Swiss are very precise and you need to scan your ticket frequently and it only allows 40 people to pass into the car. Don was abit scared at the height of the cable car and when it went over an extremely sharp rock face we all screamed which didn't help. It was cool once outside and I headed ...
... and I traveled there together. On our first night in the hostel, we discovered it was in the middle of nowhere and there was no kitchen. So we prepared a gourmet meal for ourselves: pasta boiled in the microwave mixed with 99 cent parmesan and eaten out of coffee mugs, two microwaved potatoes, one carrot, a half-eaten bag of peanuts, and a shared bag of free tea found in a cupboard. I’ve never eaten such a simple meal with such a big smile on ...
... we should have counted the stairs. He said, "I know how many stairs there are" (from what he read online), I told you there were 1700! He never did quite fess up as to when he supposedly told me how many stairs there were, but I think I would remember something as high as 1700! I'm just hopeful that we can manage to get out of bed in the morning, because we have both been struggling just to walk so far tonight! We'll see what tomorrow brings ...
... yogurt and had a picnic on the beach in Amalfi. Afterwards, we went shopping in the countless shops in Amalfi trying to find gifts for our family. No luck! After a while, we headed back to the hostel and my allergies were really bothering me. Julie went on a hike, but I hung back and had some tea at a cafe and worked on planning some more things for our trip. When Julie came back, we found out someone had hacked her credit card so we ...