- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Pets allowed
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... go around selling smalll bottles of beer. And people willingly buy it, sit down and enjoy the view. So in our wandering around we found a dark garden behind a wire fence just to the side of the steps overlooking the city,a quiet romantic spot all to ourselves, so we sat down. Then suddenly, 4 police cars came speeding around the corner, slammed their brakes on and several policemen with flack jackets and maching guns jumper out of the cars, almost ...
Felt much better this morning after a good night's sleep. A leisurely start to the day with a departure time of 9am- very civilized. Most of the day is spent traveling on motorways as we head south to the Amalfi Coast. We pass a number of very big solar farms that have fields of solar panels generating electricity. Roadside stop for lunch but this one has a great assortment of fresh salads and fruit (compared to the one we stopped ...
... for the day with a sun bed. You can swim in the private area, order drinks and even food from the comfort of your sun bed. It looks like a scene from a fifties film in the riviera, but now less glamorous. The waiters were the usual young idiots, thinking they are more important than they actually are, and the whole affair is really a bit disappointing. It is like wannabe glamour. You are able to enter and leave as you please ...
... Sorrento tomato sauce and gnocchi. We don't have a mill press, but make do and end up with a sauce that looks like a restaurant's and taste real good. The meal, with a bottle of wine, was an overwhelming success.
Apr. 16, 2013
Today is a day to explore the nearby beaches. We start out walking along the Amalfi Coast highway towards Amalfi, taking our time and taking ...
... acres and is a partially buried Roman town-city which was partially destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m of ash and pumice in the eruption. The city was lost for nearly 1700 years before its rediscovery in 1748 and since then its careful excavation has provided an extraordinarily detailed insight into the life of a city during the Roman years.
Our guide showed us around the most interesting sights over some 3 hours and I would have ...