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
... conceivable spot. It's all very picturesque and classically Italian. We made it to amalfi and to our hotel in one piece. Of course there's no parking at the hotel. Parking is in a massive multi-level underground garage which has been excavated into the mountain a hundred metres up the road from the town. They've even dug a pedestrian tunnel from the carpark to the village centre so you don't have to walk back down on the roadway after you have parked the car. ...
... glimpse. Most of the time I could only grab a peak when the bus lurched around a bend, and either Paul or grumpy Italian man were swung left or right, leaving me with a tiny window of opportunity. Won't be long says Paul cheerfully....most of these people will get off at the first stop....did not happen. Meanwhile, during this chaos, someone got off (I almost followed) so I pushed others out of the way (a skill refined in David Jones's mid year sale now coming in handy) and landed a ...
... getting on! (.... and to quote Andrew Lloyd Webber from Evita....) Oh what a circus!! BTW - the "shopping" was a book on Pompeii. We had seen this book in Positano and recalled that the printed price was 10 euros. When buying the exact same book in Amalfi, the printed price was 8 euros. Jan assumed that the Positano version of the book must be an "updated" version ! The wind was still pretty strong when we turned up for dinner at Bruno's Restaurant (just a ...
... is beautiful.
We made it to Amalfi and found some very nice parking down by the water. We walked the old town to the Cathedral of Amalfi. This is the resting place of St Andrew. The Cathedral was built between 1266-1268 and is very beautiful. There was a small cloister and garden and then the Cathedral. The height of these churches is amazing. It gives you such a feeling of expanse. The inside of this Cathedral was a little darker than others we ...
... was full of custard and apple. I had opted into the boat cruise later that day along with most of the tour group but before that started we had an hour or so to check out the town. I went with a few others to try and get 'lost' in amongst the narrow alley ways then we headed down to the port just as the boat was about to depart.
Cruising along the coastline was nothing but amazing. The view of the colourful little towns was ...