- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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1140. A Disaster in the Making (Italy 117) Torre Anunciate, December 23, 2011 Day 061: 6 hours, 13.0 kms This is almost too easy: I get up in the morning, check my email as well as take a look at Google Maps to plan out my itinerary… grab my free breakfast… walk to the train station and catch a train to the spot where I ended my hike the day before. At the end of the day, I find the nearest train station, ride back to Napoli, walk to the hostel, check Google Maps ...
... How they built it is anyone's guess, clinging literally to the sides of cliffs, with sheer drops straight down into the Sea and more twists and turns than the best murder mystery! It now becomes clearer why it has not been widened...impossible task given the fact that roadworks of any type would block the entire road, leaving zilch access. So, they live with it, knowing nothing else...and seemingly have developed a method of driving to and fro without too much bother and ...
... lookout, it views the wholesite from high on a hill. We had our "peasants lunch" of bread salami, cheese and tomatoe overlooking such an historic site- very humbling. We had a sensational day and David is driving like a local now, not sure if that is a good thing or not????
When we got back to our house, we had a small bit of down time before heading into the village centre to do a spot of shopping. Maegan and I met Cecille and she took us to pick up her son Manu from ...
... we got to the hire place it wasn't open yet so we decided to go for a walk and come back. We walked in the opposite direction of our hotel and ended up walking 7km along that narrow road, all the while watching the buses and cars from foot, which was just as entertaining as the day before. We took plenty of photos on the way, and were surprised that there were barely any people who were out walking. We walked through Minori, a small town along the coast and went as ...
... it back to the hotel. However, all turned ok. Tutto bene! All is good.
Out of all my bus rides, this was the first "Mario Andretti" driver I have ever experienced! I don't know if it was because it was later in the day and there was less traffic or what, but this bus driver was really an expert! He was also SO funny as he would yell through the window at any stupid driver who didn't give way to his oncoming bus. One time, there was a driver in ...