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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... along the coast. MMMM am going to find it very hard to leave Ravello.....could easily stay on for a couple of months (knees permitting).
Now on to the food. Jackson you would be in heaven . This region is favour for lemons - they are everywhere and in everything. Also your favourite bread with olive oil and balsamic is a staple at every meal.
In honour of Tim Ferris (author of the 4 ...
We got on the bus early and left for Pompei. How these big busses maneuver around the narrow streets is incredible. Once we were on the freeway there was no problem. Everything is lush and green. We were advised that Italy has a perfect combination of good soil, sun, and rains and it does not get brown even in summer.
Arriving in Pompeii was quite a site and is ...
... there. He showed us the groove in the ground at the entrance of the homes and shops where they built sliding doors that went all the way across if it was only a shop, but stopped to leave room for a doorway if the shop owner also lived there. The market was huge business there and the rules were quite strict. If a vendor was caught cheating customers they were suspended the first time and expelled for life the second time. They used to do ...
... I was bummed because I had been placed in a separate hostel than all of my friends but I told myself I would make the most of it and hoped that my roommates would be nice! We got in super late Thursday night and the girls in my room were actually really cool. We got to bed around 2am and had to be awake and ready to go by 8am for the bus to our first adventure.
Friday morning we headed to the marina in Sorrento to catch the ferry to the island of Capri. ...
We were off early this morning as we had about a 5 hour drive to Positano. We wound our way through the curvy Umbrian hilltown roads and thick fog for about 50km. Once we hit the autostrada life seemed to speed up a bit, although I do have the feeling that we were the only people in Italy not late for something.
There was not a lot to see along the autostrada except the odd castle or tower, and the locals zipping by us in a blur. Once we neared ...