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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our pre-booked transfer from Naples airport to Praiano didn't arrive and using public transport at that time of day was out of the question. $140 EU later we arrived at Praiano by taxi. Praiano is the quietest of the three main towns on the Amalfi Coast. We chose to have a quiet two days here. Day one we wandered into the centre of Praiano and spent time on both beaches. Day two we went to Capri. Incredibly ...
... past day or so to ensure we were prepared for pickpockets etc. On arriving at Naples we had a number of stairs to negotiate to go down to the Circumvesuviana line. We bought our tickets and waited on the platform for the one going to our Pompei stop - not the one nearest the excavations. We were constantly on the lookout for anyone a bit sus. We did have men wanting to help with our bags and ones who asked if we wanted a taxi to Sorrento and even in ...
... and also had a strong interest in fine arts and culture. He was great and well worth the money as we dodged the crowds and got a huge amount of detail that we wouldn't have got if we'd gone on our own. He also had a great sense of humour and by the end of it he felt like he was our uncle! We learnt heaps and were blown away by how clever and technologically advanced the Greeks and Romans actually were and of course the sad devastation of the 79 AD eruption of Mt Vesuvius. After ...
... church lit up with a show of lights then fireworks, they must have known we were coming. There is a parade tomorrow and then on Friday the locals prepare food for everyone to celebrate the new domed roof on the church.
Oh how the others live, we are in a lovely villa high on the cliff edge with nothing but sea and the village in view and the odd luxury boat.
Next day we were picked up by the local shop keeper (Bev and ...
... hotels. At noon we headed up the mountain side to a little town (and I mean little) named Scala where our tour guide introduced us to a little Resturant off of the mountain side. It was an outstanding view of the coast as we ate and had some wine for lunch. After that we travelled even further up the mountain side to another hidden ...