Villa Sirio Hotel
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... to hire him - an excellent driver both through all the narrow streets of the Amalfi coast towns as well as the horribly busy traffic in Naples. The visit to the consulate was a bit intimidating, with large jeep vehicle mounted with large guns parked at the front, and maximum security to obtain entrance.
When we arrived back in little Praiano and were having a bite about 2:30, who should walk down the street but Ted and ...
... the drivers when crossing the street... Make eye contact and just go. Pedestrians don't seem to get the right of way in Rome and even if the sign says to walk the cars come speeding through). Our hotel in Rome, the Kolbe, was beautiful and very comfortable, but didn't have the character of the Monna Lisa. The Amalfi Coast was beautiful, extremely relaxing, amazing views, less of a hectic pace. Our hotel, the Marina Riveira, was amazing. They upgraded us ...
... As with our trip from Como to Bellagio a couple of months ago [actually, that was three months ago], there was lots of pulling over when the opportunity arose to let the speedsters through. At least, it provided many a photo opportunity in a very photogenic area.
Life here is tough for the farmers and they have to make the most of their terrain even if it seems to be all sloping downhill at a rather sharp angle on very rocky ground, hence ...
... opportunity .....Sofia quoted author Wolfgang Gates saying, " I wonder if the people of the Amalfi Coast will realize it when they die and go to heaven, since they already live in paradise." ..... That pretty much sums up my impression of the area. Heading back towards our ship in Naples, Guisippe drove us across the Milky Mountains , named for the goats and cows that are farmed on the mountain and the cheese they produce. As ...
We left Borgo Argenina at about 10am, knowing that we had about 500 kilometres to cover to get down to the Amalfi Coast. What we didn't realise, at the time I booked everything, was that 1st April is a public holiday in Italy....so many more cars on the road, especially the further south we travelled!
I was really quite sad to leave the beautiful hamlet of Argenina in Chianti. It was so peaceful, slow-moving and relaxing and I will forever have ...