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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... all I cared about actually. So I heaved my pack to the train station super early and sat against a wall reading Pillars of Hercules by Theoreaux. A Mediterranean travel narrative. Hilariously I happened to reach his section on Amalfi and he had an identical experience to me. I wondered if the tourist yelling about the loo was the same man he had come across 25 years ago complaining the there wasn't enough meat on his pizza.... Lord, we just don't know how lucky we ...
... and orange groves. The owner of the farm explained to us the process of making limoncello! Then we saw olive tree orchards and he explained the process of making extra virgin olive oil by showing us the factory equipment. Next we visited the cow barn and he explained that they make mozzarella and ricotta cheese here every day. His wife then demonstrated the process for us....soooo cool!! ...
... cliffs most of the way. There were numbers along the way to indicate we were on the right track, however it was still hard to follow. Most of the trip was more appropriate for goats, not fifty year olds. The views were stunning and the sea was a gorgeous blue. A lot of the time it looked like the sea meet the ocean. We saw goats,a lot of skinks, mules a few birds a couple of old men tending their gardens, two men having lunch that were improving the ...
... the jetty. Unfortunately we just missed the boat as they would only take twelve people on the boat. After a three quarter of an hour wait in the hot sun (20 minutes Italian time), we finally got on board the boat and headed to the restaurant. It took ten minutes by boat and this was the only way to get there. There were many people lying on beach lounges on the pebble beach, and we were the hungry Australians, first in for lunch. It was a ...
... br> Aldo, dutifully waiting, bundles us aboard, and we are off to Amalfi via Sorrento. The road gets progressively narrower, and the buses wider!
The road is as crazy as the views, breathtaking!
We stop off at a few points along the way for photo ops, and ciggies for Aldo, and arrived in Amalfi at about 6.30.
Now, the road to Amalfi is pretty hairy, the Great Ocean Road on steroids, but Aldo performed brilliantly. How he missed some of the cars, ...