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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... vacation and it's easy to see why. We took a morning boat ride to Amalfi which is just a short distance up the coast from Positano. Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti had a house in Amalfi and it too is built into the seaside cliffs. The locals in this area use lemon zest from lemons as large as grapefruits to make the liqueur limoncella. We returned to Positano in early afternoon and later dined at a restaurant right along the water. Life just gets ...
... quickly and we left to go down with 20 mins to get there, having walked further up than the 20 min spot on the way up. Going down was easy on the breathing but a killer on the knees and shins because of the angle. A young Aussie couple were behind us, so we thought even though we were going to be a minute or two late, they were still behind us. (We also had a German family on the bus, but since the parents didn’t speak English they had gone on alone.) That was until ...
... following a gorge, between 2 mountains on a road that is mostly single lane, of hair pin turns, where the bus driver is continually honking his horn to warn oncoming traffic. There are many stops to allow vehicles coming the other way to pass by. Ravello is a small town, with a square and a few streets of shops. We find a lovely restaurant away from the main square. Their special of the day is caprese salad and gnocchi with parmesan tomatoe sauce ...
... are all plurals of octopus, pick which ever one suits your fancy!) But still enjoyed everyithing bud the salty sea water entering our masks and mouths which was very dislikable, (for a more synonyms for dislike just ask the little boy who took a "disliking" to the taste and through up.)
We finished the day with a pink sunset, which was so beautiful and elgant on the horizion that my mother might fear sunk and drowned in the deep part of the ...
... fertile soil, busy markets, paved roads, entertainment, law and order, wealth. All things considered, not bad..
Dean pondered what we had seen and heard towards the end of the tour and rationalized that it must have been similar all across Italy. He then posed the thought, I wonder what the Aborigines would have been up to in Australia....
Way too many photo’s for my little blog, ...