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- Continental Breakfast
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... beautiful!!! Then we made our way to the tourist train pick up point, this train was a train that drives on the road, it took us to all the popular places of interest, 1 of the places was a Hotel in which some famous people such as Marilyn Monroe & the Prince of Wales stayed at. During the ride it rained quite heavily & we got wet. After we got off the train we went to a restaurant for lunch. For lunch we had Pizza. AGAIN!!!!! ...
... will have an idea of what a CRAZY bus ride it is! The roads are so narrow, barely enough room for one bus, and then you are truly amazed when two buses come up next to each other on the same road! You think, no way can this happen, but it does! The buses are within inches apart, and I mean INCHES apart as they pass by each other! One time, after a particularly difficult passage, everyone on the bus clapped and yelled "Bravo!" to the driver. :) The ...
It is official! I am one relaxed human being, it has taken a few months but it has finally happened! The days all blur into one here. Visiting Pompeii one day, chilling another, pizza classes one day, going to the laundromat for the first day another, visiting the mozzarella factory one day, out dancing the nights away at a piano bar the next. What's more, everyone is so ...
... climbed the Duomo, saw David in all his glory (mmm!), shopped, and dreaded going home every night.
Two days later we head to Tuscany to the city called San Gimignano, a medieval town set up on a hill surrounded by vineyards. We stayed in a family run historic building where they rent out the rooms to people. And it was so nice to have our own room!!! The city was beautiful, like out of a movie! And as you read, we rented a moped the second day there. We named her ...
... Positano is known as the richer of the 2 Amalfi Coast towns, the more secluded, and the less to “do” as a tourist. Concerning until I realized that what there was to do was lay on the beach and swim in the sea! Great.
After a quick lunch looking out on the main beach, square, dogs and people, we took the secret walk that Rick guided us to (he redeemed himself) to the more private beach that locals go to. Paid 7 euros for 2 beach chairs and an umbrella and proceeded ...