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Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate
... said I did. To get the attention of the non-Italian speaking passengers, he would yell out "helllllooooo" in what sounded like a British accent. He was hilarious and full of information.
We started our day heading south from the Port of Massa Lubrense and around the tip of the peninsula sailing past Li Galli Islands, once owned by Rudolf Nureyev. We docked in Amalfi where we had 3 hours to explore this beautiful town. Again, very touristy and busy ...
... 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 ...
... shaking of the camera [ours also], it was only 2 seconds long. So we found this clip as a replacement. It gives you a small insight into driving in Palermo [and Italy generally]. They don’t go through any of the busier roundabouts which can have slip roads feeding into the off ramps making life even more interesting. And there is always someone at the centre of the circle who wants the next off ramp, just as you are about to ...
... The 20 minute gap between trains was just enough!
Four hours and 20 minutes later we were at Naples. Here we had to find the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento. It was difficult when there were very few signs and all of the lifts were out of order! However, with Di's good eyes finding the sign and Pete finding tne escalator, we got down to the right platform for Sorrento, This was an interesting experience with a lot of people getting on and the train rattling along ...
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