Parco Maria Terme
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... which charged $7 for my coffee, and it was awful!) and it was quite an experience to sit looking into a live crater sipping espressos! On the winding bus trip heading back down, we got front seats so had a birds eye view of roads like the ones in Amalfi - narrow and windy - with the bus driver blowing his horn on just about every blind corner as the bus took up the entire road. But the car and bike drivers don't seem to have the same respect for oncoming buses as they do ...
... so luxurious and the serve you with snacks, will miss these trains. Arrival in Rome, bought our tickets for our train trip,on the regional train - Trenitalia what a rip of 14euro, but still at least there is a direct train from city to airport, Melbourne is the only cit in the world I think that doesn't have direct rail lines to airport. So we are on our way to Fiumicino ( Rome airport. Also a very enjoyable train ride direct from Rome to Airport, ...
Positano, positano. Oh how I love thee! What a beautiful part of the world. We arrived here by ferry on some seriously rough Mediterranean seas. The boat was literally throwing us back and forward into the air. Apparently my stomach was not happy about that at all and I spent most of the trip up the back of the boat getting saturated by sea spray and rain and retching into a vomit bag that was so graciously provided to me by a lovely group of italian ...
... a very healthy home made salad with fresh fruit from supermarket . We managed to polish off two bottles of champagne, not half bottles. Now for the history lesson.Positano is known for its narrow and winding roads and its houses half leaning against the coast, it's terraces. It is probably the oldest place on the Amalfi coast, with settlements dating back to upper Paleolithic ...
... We had Pizza! After having pizza and a small rest we set off again towards the shore line. It's was quite rocky with lots of cliffs. It was also quite windy so we had to be careful walking because of the drivers. When we got to the shoreline we had a look at all the private beaches. They all had black sand due to the volcanic ground. Then we started walking back up and we had nice cold ice creams. When we had finished them we went back to our ...