Hotel Villa Cimbrone
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... br> After what seemed like 1000 photos and a glaring heat we ran downstairs under the drop into an attached building with a small cafe inside, I didn't want to buy anything, I just wanted to stand on their balcony and take a picture which the over 300 meter drop below me (Sorry Mum, Dina tried to stop me).
We rushed back to the next bus which we of course missed so jumped onto another company's to head back down to Amalfi. ...
... go to the far side of the court in case a teacher gave me detention! In hindsight, detention in Ravello could have been quite pleasant!
The Green Cross - Pharmacybrands are re-branding with the Green Cross. It is universal in Europe to indicate a Pharmacy. We brought some Urea cream for cracked heels. The highest % of Urea was only 5 not like good old Eulactol at 25%.
Your choice fresh water or a sea water swim. - On ...
After our friends from New York and London returned to their respective homes, we ventured from Sorrento to the other side of the coast, to Ravello and Mairoi. No in-depth writing regarding our 2nd week on the Amalfi Coast as we were left speechless. The photos speak for themselves. I would like to add that we enjoyed staying at the bed and breakfast as our host woke up at 4:30 am every morning to visit his garden ...
We got up early today had breakfast and headed to port. By 8:30 am it was already 32 degrees as we boarded the ferry going to Capri island. When we landed the kids and I got aboard the lift to get to the highest point for pictures while Rimy checked out the local shops. The island is quite busy as cars, motorcycles and ...
... south toward Amalfi to visit the City in the Clouds, Ravello. The drive was frightening but a little less crowded so most of us actually opened our eyes this time to see the gorgeous view. We turned off the highway and started uphill, steep uphill with hairpin turn after hairpin turn as the road narrowed to barely one lane. I started reciting Hail Marys in my head just to keep from getting sick or having a heart attack or ...