Hotel Villa Cimbrone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in that it doesn't actually feel like a real town. It's mostly known for its music festival that lasts for many months, but to me it felt like this fake town that is setup just for visitors to see some villa's that have nice gardens. The views really were spectacular as you can see.
We found a recommendation in our book for lunch at a place called Villa Amore. This was fairly difficult to find but it was fun exploring ...
... down past Villa Cimbrione toward Amalfi. After many ( many) steps down hill we came upon the bustling town of Amalfi. Now I'm going to put it on record that we have no intention of returning there. We found it to be busy, touristy and not very quaint. The problem of course is the fact that we have been spoilt by the beautiful Ravello which has no traffic and only a handful of tourists. There is a cute church but after walking through ...
... at Villa Rufolo for Ravello Concert Society.
We time to kill before our 6pm bus down the hill. As we waited, the glitterati began to arrive in taxis for a meal before the night's concert. REGRET; we should have accepted Rena's suggestion, months earlier when planning our itinerary, to go to this concert while staying in Positano. We thought ...
... 2 cars with hairpin turns and a cliff to one side has people walking back and forth. Chuck thought it too dangerous for us all to take the hike to Atrani.
Chuck hadn’t found an open grocery store so we decided to try Ravello, which we assumed should be an easy task. The challenge started with getting the car out of the garage because there is just enough room in the garage to park the car although it’s advisable that passengers ...
... shops and expensive boutiques for the shoppers. It's also where most of the hotels are located. This is where people load up on small rowboats to visit the Blue Grotto, but that concession was closed for the previous three days because of the high water level. It was also closed on the day of our visit. However, our group of five were able to join a small bus tour with a local guide for 20 Euros pp ($26). Not far from the boat ...