- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all built in the 17 century would meet with today's engineering standards however it held up while we were continually wizzing towards the edges of the cliffs on massive buses.
More coffee and pastries and then to the beach to hire a sun lounge and towel. So lovely, Amanda actually had a swim! Clouds came in and we headed to the square and came across a full Marine Orchestra setting up on the steps to the cathedral so we had to ...
... quaint shops and had a lovely walk around. We visited the church (and saw a bride and groom posing on the steps in their white on white wedding attire), bought some pottery and had a limoncello gelato which was the most expensive gelato to date but also the best! It was now 12:30 and time to get back on the boat.
We headed to the far end of the Coast past Ravello etc. and entered another cave in our own boat. It was a far more ...
Visited Ancient Greek temples. The site was settled 600bc and then later by the Greeks and the overlaid by the Romans. Amazing, huge temples well preserved. Then an exciting drive around the amalfi coast! Road wide enough for one car but driven madly by cars, trucks, buses with motor bikes zipping in between. Fifty kilometres of this winding road situated on a huge ...
... full) so we waited for the 2:30. Met some nice Kiwi ladies while waiting. The bus trip was amazing. The road between Salrno and Amalfi is so narrow an right on the edge of the ocean cliff face. Often it's so narrow that two coaches cannot pass each other. In this case the traffic sitting behind one of them must backup to a wider point in the road! The driver had an assistant to gauge how close we were to the sheer stone face on the RHS of the bus. At times there ...
... interesting journey.... The SITA bus drivers continue to amaze us with their skills!
After admiring the views on our arrival - high above Amalfi - we began our visit with a coffee and pastry in the Piazza Duomo.
We then wandered into the beautiful Duomo, and was pleasantly surprised to hear the organ being played which added to the ambience of the cathedral.