Hotel Luna Convento
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The staff so far, can't do enough for you, the place has so much character...it's high standard all the, totally would recommend to everyone
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We made the journey down the 1100 steep stairs into Amalfi centre early in the morning. We explored the town and as the weather was very hot, decided to go to the beach. European beaches are a lot different to Aussie ones with the beaches being filled with ****** and painful rocks. The ocean water was crystal clear and it was good to have a swim to …
... the left in the far distance... yes we really are in Italy. I have really come to terms that Italy is a truly beautiful country one which you could spend many weeks and months exploring and the people are really friendly and charmingly funny.
Now what, we wanted to go up to the top of the mountain to the City of Capri. So we all hopped into an open air taxi, and off up this mountain. The road was of course narrow and very very ...
... tomatoes. Margherita style Napoli pizza followed, which had the thinnest crust I have ever seen. The pizzas here are made the classic way in a wood fired brick oven. Mamma mia! It was delicioso! Next arrived the pasta dishes, which consisted of a sampler plate offering three types of pasta; a cheese stuffed crepe, pasta with a tomato sauce, and a spinach/cheese stuffed pasta. They were all delicious. Our meal wrapped up with a dessert of fresh fruit salad with ...
... his ripose for about an hour and then we walked around Amalfi before settling down for dinner at a lovely restaurant Locando Del Marinaio which Gabriel and Emily found on trip adviser. The night was sealed with gelatos all round and a stroll back to the hotel.
Buona notte Amalfi.
... in the ash of Mount Vesuvius in 74AD volcanic eruption. We walked around the large city looking at the ruins for several hours, it was quite fascinating. The city was very advanced for their time, very similar to us, minus refrigeration. They had bath houses, workout rooms and large 3,000 sq ft homes. Our van took us back to our hotel, arriving back in Rome around 8:45 pm. Time for a shower and bed before we head to Vatican City ...