Hotel Villa Franca
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a mozzarella, ham and lettuce roll which we ate on the beach terrace. As with all hot Mediterranean places the Amalfi coast has it's fair share of stray cats so most of our ham was donated to a little black cat with green eyes who also loved mozzarella! Poppie, take note and stop being so fussy! We came back from the beach at 6ish and has a missed call ...
... girl who we had met at the Seven Hostel in Positano. We got lost multiple times trying to find the restaurant, going up and down more stairs, an apparent prerequisite of getting anywhere in Positano. When we finally found it we looked at the menu and ran, not ready to pay €16 for a simple bowl of pasta. We wandered down the hill until we found a cheaper eatery, with a clear drop in prices being noted once shops were no longer privy to the amazing view. ...
Trying to kick back and just relax...yesterday it rained on and off so decided to stick to room and read and sleep. Simon been watching bond movies on tv....a channel dedicated to James Bond movies.....only problem is they are in Italian....just not quite right somehow. Walked down to the village in Positano last night for dinner. Sat in restaurant on the beach. Simon had scampi with spaghetti, they came out with this huge fish shaped plate then tied a bib around his neck....one ...
... Basically, from a viewpoint of this great corner, you can admire a picturesque location the village sailor Corricella, where the fishermen's houses clinging on high and steep coast form a cluster characteristic, common to other places in the Mediterranean, but especially for the use of pastel colors yellow, pink, blue, green, white, useful for sailors to recognize his own house by the sea . The name derives from the greek Corricella "coros callos" (beautiful region), the same etymology ...
... down to the bay and a dinner (crab risotto). Second day walked into the town centre and bought original handmade leather bags, one for Kresta and one for me. Then had lunch and walk down to marina. Went on a bus tour on our second day to Pintano, Amalfi and Revolla. Also on this tour went on a boat viewing the Amalfi coast which was spectacular. Had lunch organised 4 13 euro each which included a bottle of their home grown red wine, home made pasta made ...