Sant'Angelo Resort & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... dinner. So we came/saw/shopped/conquered, before returning to Millie to get other shoes, and an evening wrap. Diane,mon the other hand, was totally ready to go, so she waited for me on the dock. As I was disembarking Millie, Jim took my purse and shoes, as I descended the passerale, looking at our driver holding his hand out to help me. Our 25 minute ride up to Ravello (@1.000 + feet above sea level), gave us the added thrill of Diane balancing herself ...
... really badly burnt and must of had a chocolate gelato before getting on the train! After we got back we went for a walk through Naples to experience Naples before we head off tomorrow, a very dirty crazy city with cars/scooters doing what they want. Most people look dodgy, lots of people trying to sell fake sunglasses, watches and so on. To top our day off we came back to our hostel room flooded with grey water, a lovely urine smell all through ...
... product demand of tens of customers. The tomato season, although just 40 days requires months of preparation from many different departments (definitely a case of the 5Ps- Perfect planning prevents poor performance) .The metal sheets for the cans must be ordered about 9 months in advance! It requires a perfect balancing act of ordering raw materials, production planning, forecasting and planning for delivery time to ensure the customer's order is ...
... had many more “close calls” with other cars on the way down.
The rest of the ride was the same. Yelling, honking, swerving, speeding… the normal Italian thing we guess. As we approached the toll booth again, I whispered to Dilyara “Taxi Man versus toll booth…round 2”. About 10 seconds after I said that the taxi driver slammed on the brakes of the car. The gate to allow cars in to pay had almost shut on top of the car and ...
... everything closes down from December to the beginning of March. Café Positano is a typical example as when we arrived it was completely closed up and then we saw them cleaning the furniture, painting the walls and planting flowers everywhere. It is now fully functioning as are all of the restaurants and hotels here. It's been really fascinating watching this occur all over the Amalfi coast. The place has bloomed and there are certainly more people arriving all the time.