Hotel Ristorante Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Our plan was to go up and down the Amalfi Coast to see two other cities - Amalfi and Ravello and finish the day with a wine tasting. Amalfi is about 45 minutes away from Positano via a treacherous but awesome bus ride. These bus drivers are incredible! You feel safe the whole way which is remarkable when you consider that sometimes there is one inch (not inches - I actually mean a single inch) separating you and other vehicles ...
... with our mouths gaping. The biggest decision was which rooms would we choose to sleep in. Obviously Carolyn the birthday girl gets first pick, then Jeannie and I chose. We managed to get a bit of unpacking done before the others arrived from London. Rod and Jane had the same look on their faces as I'm sure we did. So it's great, we are all together now ready to take on Positano. Drinks and pizza for dinner tonight so not sure if there will be another ...
... sitting at our table under the wisteria vine in the afternoon sun, we could easily have stayed longer.
On our way back to the piazza Rena found the ceramic goblets she had been looking out for in a small shop just as it was about to close. We also stopped for photos and a look around Hotel Rufolo. Its café gardens offered great views ...
... if you need. Since the roads are narrow, most drivers drive near or on the center line (see first paragraph for road rules in Europe).
The apartment called Casa Adriana was on the Amalfi Coast highway in a little enclave called Castiglione. It sits at the base of the hill that leads directly into Ravello about 5 kilometri (3+ miles) away. Like most buildings in Italy, our apartment is old. This one was built in 1920, but recently renovated and ...
... of the city appears to be run down and heading to a state of disrepair. We drop of our gear and head off to Pompeii - impressive and a lot of walking and still not everything seen. Betsy gets to taste real Italian pizza. We head back to home base and freshen up. Francesco's mum gives us a few tips on the places to eat. We head out and make good on one of the tips given and end up dining at La Tradizione - once it was know that we were staying at Francesco's the hospitality ...