Albergo Punta Regina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
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... down to the sea. We had a nice but wet morning wandering down through the town to the beach and back. This is our last day out with the family. We will be sorry to see Jules, Mark and Erin head off tomorrow - we've had a great week and will miss them. I have added some photos of the grounds of the apartment in which we were staying with them as the views were amazing, and the gardens were very pretty. Next stop...... Tuscany, on our way to the ...
Unlike Chris' usual "timed to the minute" airport arrival, we chose to arrive at the airport extremely early- 3:55am, almost two hours prior to our 5:45am departure. Not surprisingly, Andrew and Kristin had a sluggish start at 3:15am, but remained good troopers about it. While we all took a hearty snooze on the airplane to make up for the lost sleep from our predawn awakening, Andrew's recycled "water" bottle (that was previously a pint plastic milk ...
... who directed us to our place and explained in full all that we need to know during our stay. The villa Amica is delightful. Lots of stairs but airy and clean with two terraces, an upper floor with two bedrooms and the lower floor with kitchen and living/dining area. Ceramic tile throughout. Makes for a very comfortable setting to explore Positano.
After acquainting ourselves with the villa we walked back up the hill for ...
... rice balls that we also got which had some meat in (unfortunately for Kate as we thought they were vegetarian). The cat eagerly gobbled it up, but paid no interest to the tenacious flies which had swarmed our table after smelling food. These flies just didn't give a damn about human hands trying to whack them away, they would land on your face and arms and food without a care in the world. I asked the waiter if there was anything to get rid of them, he ...
... the girl who had helped us earlier with directions.
This place is very cute and rustic. It is literally on the side of the walk and probably no more than four metres square. The older man there prepares the food which I think is bruschetta or bruschetta and the girl the drinks. Beer, wine, lemon drink, lemon granita or limoncello. Seems like some odd liquid choices when hiking.
This place has tables and chairs built I assume by the man from scrap timber and ...