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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... finding that as we head further south people do not speak much English. The owner was very nice and gave all of us a large dinner plate. Don't know if I will be able to carry home. Experienced difficulty getting through to our destination as the road had been closed due to landslides. Finally worked our way back to the major road and arrived about 7 pm. Wonderful seaside/fishing village. The weather much better today so did a bit of exploring around the town and surrounding areas on ...
... Valle della Ferriere then home to Sorrento by fast boat - great views of the dramatic cliffs.
Day 3 With Kellie in tow we took off to the lovely Positano and caught the little boat for Ristorante Da Aldolfa where we lunched in a beautiful secluded cove. Our waiter wore swim shorts and scuffs.Food was great too. Day 4 Tom and I dropped back in time at Pompeii and Herculaneum then dined on the waterfront ...
... coastal road - SP 18. The sun was shining by the time we got to Amantea. We enjoyed the stunning views of the Tyrrhenian Sea to our left and the mountains to our right as we drove through Paola, Celtraro, Belvedere Marittimo and Scalea. We left the main road near Praia a Mare and followed the local coast road through Tortora Marina and Maratea before heading on to Sapri. These were absolutely spectacular ...
We headed off at about 9am and drove down the main road south for an hour to the town of Palinuro. Here we waited for a boat to take us out to the caves that this area is renown for. Finally after some delays we headed out at 12:30. We went to three different caves and then ended up at a beach for a swim.
On the way back we tried to get into the blue grotto cave which is the most famous however the sea was too rough and so ...
... become quiet. Not for long, they are, after all, Italian! I have a sudden urge, sporting my bright red jacket, to walk right up to this traditional gathering of men and greet them, “Ciao raggizi, come va?” A young mother carries her toddler boy in her arms and I wonder about his future with the men on square....
Pisciotta of Salerno is the real Italian deal. With little tourism; with archaic jumbles of crumbling, stone houses, alongside steep, ...