- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 8230; We sing about broken dreams and unquenchable hopes… about family and our upbringing… about the beautiful and horrible things we’ve seen in this world… A beautiful mountaintop concert. We head on down yonder side of the hill, following a path through the forest, and down to the valley. Part of me wants to just follow this valley all the way to the end, but in the end I figure we should stick to the plan of hiking the Amalfi Coast. ...
... on the A1 for about 480kms, making several stops for breaks at various Autogrills situated along the route. They are well advertised to warn drivers how many kms ahead one is situated. Really good quality food, great variety, great coffee, great cornettos and pastries and fantastically clean (free) bathrooms, and then attached to them are the service stations for refuelling.
We did have our GPS and Phil had prepared the night before, ...
So yesterday, we dutifully rose an hour earlier than usual to try and catch a bus to Amalfi and Positano. We stood the whole way there, which was a good opportunity for Lia to work on her OCD and touching surfaces that may contain tourist germs........ (Germans?)
Amalfi is a beautiful town, no doubt and the Duomo is breathtaking! It has 62 steps (see paragraph 1) and we were honoured to be included in a young couple's engagement video on the steps.... See ...
... tastes like Nutella) and a cookies and cream flavour. I tried the limoncello and the lemon... Very refreshing. We then walked through Amalfi, browsing in some more shops. A very relaxing day. It is now close to 7 pm here and we are relaxing on our balcony, overlooking the sea, enjoying a glass or two of wine before we head out for some dinner. Tomorrow, we are undecided of our plans, but think we might try the Path of the Gods, a 3 hour hike with some pretty spectacular ...
... did not include a purchase at a pizza restaurant in the little hill town just above our studio, the actual town of Pogerola. So we waited for the rain to slow, grabbed our still functioning 20 Kuna umbrellas and made our way up more stairs to the little village. We had not visited this place yet. Very cute and very quiet. I do not think the "normal" tourists would even find Pogerola on a map. There we found La Cacara Pizzeria. And this is when being tired after a long hike pays off, ...