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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today, we thought we might take the bus to Amalfi (town) and Positano, a more relaxing and cheaper option than taking the car. We bought our tickets from the tabacchi who warned us that the bus wasn't guaranteed to stop at the bus stop outside, where at least 15 people were patiently queuing, or at any other stop for that matter. We ran down to the main bus stop, where the bus promptly whizzed past us and everyone else queuing there. ...
Minori, 25 degrees, sunny
Today we start our wind down in preparation for our trip to Rome Saturday and flights Sunday. For me that means an early trip up the coast to Furore. I wanted to get some pics of the bridge there, its the wrong time of day though. I enjoy a bus ride there and then walk back to Conca and the Grotta Esmeraldo. The scenery is fantastic. I then ...
... tight with his money, breaks down and spends. What a day! He and I find the same shop I bought his famous Sorrento hat 3 years ago and what do you know, there is an identical one there. He buys a few gifts for some others too. It is sunny and really pleasant in Sorrento. For some respite from shopping, we wander down to the cliff side and look over the Bay of Naples, Vesuvius ominously as always in the distance. We get some great pictures and decide to ...
... Geoff and I got a seat on the coast side of the bus with the only opening window. From then on it was a real treat. The scenery was spectacular, the road crazy and the bus driver deserved a medal.
The bus terminated at Amalfi so we dropped our bags at the Deposito bagagli and headed off to explore the little town for a while. The town piazza was a lovely place to have lunch. Opted for risotto, getting a bit sick of pasta (sorry Eliott). The ...
... sorts of game drives and spotting each different animal but by the time I got to Kenya I'd had enough. The desert in northern Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt was amazing to start off with but before too long the heat, sand and sweating was too much, time for a change. The temples in Egypt were awesome as were the pyramids oh and Petra and all the churches in Jerusalem and the acropolis in Athens, but there is only so much sightseeing you can do ...