Hotel Paradiso Residence
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... and view the panorama and catch our breaths
We arrived at Hotel Aurora and were thrilled to find our room had a huge balcony over looking the Mediterranean , just as we had requested.The view is absolutely amazing. We took a walk along the promenade and found a great little pizzeria .We shared a seafood Pizza, tomato salad and red wine. And to think we are here for a whole week . Bellisimo !!!!
... for the heat in Italy as well as Scottsdale. Positano is the coast’s most picturesque and photogenic town, with
steeply-stacked houses tumbling down to the sea in a cascade of sun-bleached peach, pink and terracotta colors. No less colourful are its steep streets and steps lined with wisteria-draped hotels, smart restaurants and fashionable boutiques. Look beyond the facades and the fashion, however, and you will find reassuring ...
... to the port where it was total chaos trying to work out which ferry went where. There were lots of ferries leaving regularly, back to Amalfi, Naples and other destinations but no signs showing where each ferry went. Instead, there were men walking up and down directing people to the right place. Thankfully we found the right area but when our ferry arrived, it came in at a different place and everyone rushed on there instead! So, all luck of the draw, really and ...
... my experience, traveling is so much about the people you meet along the way. I didn't meet anyone during my time in Minori, and the company I did have... well we all know how that turned out.
However, I'm not completely writing off the Amalfi Coast. I would love to visit Positano one day, but you couldn't pay me to get into one of those cliff-hugging buses again. No need to tempt fate.
... of time when I paint and it turns out that I was engrossed for 5 hours. YIKES! Tim, being the thoughtful "fun guy" that he is, brought me lunch and a glass of wine. Now that's service.
We are going to take Alessandra and her sister Allegra out for dinner in Amalfi tonight at the Marina Grande. It is our last night here at this fantastic hotel.