Solofra Palace Hotel & Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the quieter beach for the day spaiggia de Formillo .. I know sounds so Italian ...that's cause I am now !! Hehe ...my mate the skipper ...now that I've been on the boat before (once) greets me like a regular ...and we scoot round the corner to the beach ...stuff the stairs ...there must be over 1000 down to that beach ...find myself a chair and kick back and the day is perfect La dolce vita ... Swim lunch ...the best salad ...
... spots, using my newly downloaded City Walks app. It was pretty cold and idk why it never occurred to me to check the weather before we came, basically I only brought summer clothes. We made stops on the way to eat tiramisu & have coffee - we're very easily distracted. First tourist spot was a Basilica Reale San Fransesco Di Paola, then the Teatro di San Carlo. By this time miraculously, the rain had stopped and there ...
... about Capri for Day 6. We had lunch at a cafe on the streets of Positano. We are embarrassed to confess that we are already Italian Fooded out! It has been 5 days of all things Italian! We still had an Italian Panini sandwich but..... it was a Sandwich!! We wandered around and looked in a few shops but didn't really see anything we wanted to look closely at. I may end up with a pair of handmade sandals at the end of this part of our trip but for now... ...
... Mike particularly enjoyed this part of the day :) ), we ended up back at the shop where the shop keeper knew Kitchener and made some purchases. We also enjoyed lunch in Ravello, outdoors at a cafe overlooking the church. A jazz quartet entertained us while we ate - they went from cafe to cafe, and, of course, asked for donations at the end. They were quite good though. By now, it was starting to drizzle a bit, and we were ready to hop on the bus back to Amalfi... Along ...
... for a guided tour but instead I took the train, grabbed a map and an audio guide for 6 euros. Good move.
I spent at least 4 hours exploring these incredible ruins. I felt like an archeologist roaming around seeking out hints of ancient life and civilization. Lots of the buildings and artifacts have been well preserved due to the thick layer of ash that covered the city. When you peer out towards Vesuvius you ...