Hotel Villa Cimbrone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The building of the left with umbrellas is the deck outside the bar. The umbrellas to the right a bit lower down is the pool and our room was 2 floors up from the pool.
Our new pharmacy? - A sign seen in Ravello. When we re-establish we could add some new lines rather than cosmetics!
Ravello Palm Tree - Getting its 'medicine' to zap the beetles.
The Gardens of Villa Cimbrone in Ravello - The ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... it to dinner at Cumpa Cosimo, a local ristorante that has been here forever. I had two plates of linguine bolognese, it was do good! The linguine here is very thin and the Parmesan cheese is the freshest! As I was trying to leave, the lady who runs the ristorante came over to me and gave me a piece of homemade tiramisu. I tried to tell her I was full, but everyone loves to eat or feed you here. So I tasted a piece and then continued to finish it. It was light and not very ...
Day 14 - mid-afternoon
From reading the brochure handed out by Ernesta, we were arriving in Positano. Having been a relatively poor fishing village during the first half of the 20th century, this small village had now become a very popular destination for a large number of tourists since the 1950's.
OK!!! These were interesting facts that I ...