Hotel La Darsena
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... We toured the lush gardens and walked out to the point overlooking the sea known at "The Terrace of Infinity".
Friday afternoon we roamed the streets of lovely Ravello, which means going in and out of all the many overwhelmingly stocked ceramic pottery factories!
Saturday, we decided to do our first hike, or "walk" as they call them, of the Amalfi Coast, and took off, guidebook in hand, to try to walk from Ravello down ...
... the road narrows, the traffic increases and the pace slows.
If you ever visit this area do not book accommodation in Positano as you can not drive into the town. You must park your car along the narrow roads and walk with suitcase - not good
Sorrento is the place to stay.
For the is 50km return trip allow 6 hours if travelling in the afternoon ( includes a liunch stop)
The travelling is much easier if you go in the morning.
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... of details about trails, lodging and everything related to travelling in Italy. Thank you Marcello and Anna. You run a very tight ship and we appreciate it.
Italia - The other day at Higher Ground in Bend, we were talking about how to preserve the traditions of the community, which was started wayyyy back in 1998... we agreed that we needed to "tell our story better". Well, that is what Italians do better than anyone. ...
... large cruise ship and an island retreat favoured by celebrities, we arrived at the white grotto on the isle of Capri. A quick stop in the boat to have a look at the brilliant water in the cave, however this was hampered by the other boats, the rough seas and one lone snorkeler. Then it was on to the green grotto where Liz braved the cooler weather and jumped in. The water was a brilliant clear blue and as Liz says - she was conscious ...
... Steven and in 2 seats. We all tried to nap at various stages and achieved various amounts of success with it. Managing more to enjoy the view of the mountains and sea below us than anything else.
On arrival in to Naples we (along with about 20 other people) were delightfully confused as we attempted to find the car hire shuttle bus as it was not clearly signposted and despite having an intercom system we were not ...