Paradiso Terme Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... In fact there is a huge excavation next to the terminal parking lot.
As we headed south, we soon saw Mt Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples. We then traveled south to the Bay of Sorrento and started our dazzling drive along the coast. We stopped for a postcard view and we were advised our big new bus had developed an oil leak. We were stopped at a little company, Miss Bellevue Inlaid Factory that manufactured inlaid handmade furniture so the 20 minute ...
... as they were pushy and drank far too much wine! While I slaved over a hot gnocchi board Mike swam in the Mediterranean. He joined us for dinner, the chef gave him the demonstration meal. It was great. I learnt how to make this simple pasta, gnocchi, a tomato sauce,eggplant parmigiana , lemon flavoured cream puff things and an all purpose sauce. Dinner eaten then up the hill home on the very full bus to pack our bags off to Sicily tomorrow. Arrivederci ciao and see you later ...
... really wasn't much they could do. We lost Rich's passport, my wallet, 2 ipads, 1 laptop and lots of cords, etc. We shouldn't have left our valuables exposed and we were told not to leave the car unattended.
Despite our anger and frustration, we made a conscious effort to not let it get in the way of our enjoyment of this fabulous trip.
Driving into Positano you have to suspend your disbelief ...
... By the time we boarded, the sun had set and the cities were all it up as we drove home. What a calm, and beautiful sight.
That night, we went to Buffalito’s restaurant where I enjoyed a nice big portion of Gnocchi with meat sauce. Our waiter was a nice Italian boy who kept telling us jokes. We didn’t spend too long at dinner, however, because we convince a local Irish pub to play the Marquette Sweet 16 game for us on the ESPN “America” channel. The ...
... hawking guidebooks and souvenirs; they're also very sneaky if you don't know your route. The entrance and ticket office for the ruins are to the right as you exit the station, only about a block away; but you'll find people yelling that the ticket office is to the left. Who knows what they're trying to sell you or what scam they'll try to pull - yet another reason to do your research! We had been forewarned (thanks, Tinnette!) that Pompeii would be HOT with no shade. It ...