Hotel Paradiso Residence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Paradiso Residence Santa Maria di Castellabate
Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate
... Salerno, a port city which also won't be winning any pretty city prizes! Here we left the main road and headed towards the Amalfi coast. The road from Salerno to Amalfi is long, narrow and very very winding. Am Not to mention busy, with frequent buses, which have the nasty habit of appearing around narrow blind corners. Several times we had to back up because the road was too narrow for the oncoming bus to pass. Add to this crazy Italian car drivers ...
... to not make any purchases and headed for coffee and croissant .
We learnt that the Almalfi Coast closes down to Tourists from the end of October to April.Our hotel is closing down next week so is the tour company,most of the restaurants and shops. Those that are employed in this industry have 5 months with no work. If they have had taxes taken out during the season they can claim unemployment benefits. Our guide explained she was a contractor ...
... everyday reality – crumbling stucco, streaked paintwork and even, on occasion, a faint whiff of drains. There’s still a southern Italian holiday feel about the place, with sunbathers eating pizza on the beach, kids pestering parents for gelati and chic women from Milan checking out the boutiques. The fashionista history runs deep – Moda Positano was born here in the '60s and the town was the first in Italy to import bikinis ...
Upon our arrival in Salerno we were surprised to hear our name being called out. Just like in the movies, there was our proprietor seeking us out to make sure that we found his B&B. He is a youngish kid just starting up business so takes extra good care of his clients. His English was quite good so we learned about the politics of southern Italy, ...
... is picturesque. There's a big music festival on here at the moment .. Opera singers orchestras and local musicians. Expresso time and then we wander though the little shops. The local shops are filled with ceramic plates and figurines, linen and of course Limoncello .. Lollies liqueurs and soaps. We get back to the hotel grab our swimmers and head for the pool. It's magnificent it's built into the side of the cliff, deck chairs and sun lounges scattered around and ...