Hotel Paradiso Residence
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... is on the Main Street and only about two hundred metres from the ferry stop. Oh well! At least we are here. Amalfi is a really nice town. Not nearly as touristy as expected. Our room is great, two levels with a balcony on to the Main Street (even if Liz is too scared to sit out there and has her chair in the doorway). Dinner is at the restaurant in the next square which is run by the family of Vincenzo who owns our hotel. The place was packed and the food excellent. We had a great ...
I am now on the Amalfi Coast. We arrived here on Saturday the 24th of May. On Sunday we went to Positano which is the closest town to our villa and sussed out what we were doing the following days. The day after we visited Pompeii
Ruins but considering that they had been preserved for thousands of years they were not really ruined. The pots and pans and some houses were still completely intact. It was really ...
... is really charming and on the 4th floor of a 1300 year old building. The room has high ceilings with beams and a kitchenette. We love it, it also has a Samsung TV set with a USB port. I go Dow. To the supermarket which is down stairs to buy eggs etc for breakfast. We go for a walk around the village and find a place for dinner. Dinner is average but the waiter is really nice and chats to us. We go back to the room/accommodation and watch Breaking Bad. We are tired and have had a big ...
... wine. Again we were not disappointed.
A rather cramped bus from there got us back to Sorrento where we got the train back to our campsite near Pompeii. The scenery really did live up to its reputation on the Amalfi Coast and we could easily have spent more time there although perhaps we will have to come back one day when we aren’t camping so we can stay at one of the hotels with amazing views… one ...
... it traversed inland then out to sea. After 2 hours of hard walking, we had lunch at Santa Croce in Nocelle. The only restaurant in town with lovely views down the mountainside. Pasta was great to feed the hungry walkers before heading off to Montepertuso (30mins) and down to Positano. A total of 4 hrs walking but still quite ******* the feet. The photos I hope will do it justice. Tonight we have a four course dinner catered ...