Hotel Paradiso Residence
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- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Paradiso Residence Santa Maria di Castellabate
Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate
... want to spend time their and why the hotels a ridiculously expensive.
The ride however was incredibly hot. So much so that we rode in T-shirts. It was slow because the road is packed with people like us on bikes, tourists in coaches and mini buses, all trying to get the best view and then the local people just trying to go about their normal business, which may be reliant on getting through the throngs of loopys that are choking up the road. It’s only 70 ...
... edge. It was true that the views were spectacular when Liz was not freaking out about how high up we were. The little village was beautiful. Everywhere you look is picture postcard perfect and the views were stunning. In the main square is the Duomo which has enormous brass panelled doors, inside was not too ornate and included an interesting mosaics and a very very old fresco. And a very impressive set of organ pipes that must sound great when played. There are two villas ...
... sharing a room with four single beds it's a slumber party again :-p The boys decided to go to a local barber shop, Den wanted to have his first cut throat in Italy. When Denham was getting his shave I waited outside with the others, there was a Nonna there and she started speaking to me in Italian when I appologised and explained I only speak English her granddaughter translated and told me that her Nonna said I have a very beautiful face, I replied too sweet ...
... 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.
... the water and with the wind in my face I was on cloud nine. We cruised for about half an hour and then the anchor was thrown overboard for a swim stop. In no time we had all striped off to our bathers and had jumped into the refreshing sea.
There was a bit of a swell but no real current so we didn't drift far from the boat. We took lots of photos and tried to dive down deep to the bottom of the sea. Ryan was the only one who could ...