Grand Hotel Tritone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Hello to everyone,
Just a quick blog to let you all know that wifi is quit scarce in Praiano. Currently we are in a restaurant so wanted to let everyone know the next blog maybe a few days away.
An update for now -
Yesterday the castaways swapped the mode of transport from boat to bus. We went on a day organised tour to Tuscany, including San Gimignano ...
... after seeing many people a lot older than me happily getting on the chairlift I decided to get over myself and am pleased I did. I did manage to open my eyes a few times on the ascent and once we reached the top the views were spectacular. Next stop was Praiano for three days to relax and chill out. We are staying at a lovely family owned small hotel and have a room with a large balcony and stunning views along the coast. Day one we explored neighbouring towns of Amalfi and Ravello using ...
... cane couch. Lunch was fish and hamburger washed down with a beer. After a day of doing absolutely nothing we ate dinner on the roof again and collapsed for the night - until the little jerks in the next room decided to watch football and cheer every goal and woke us up. But it was better than the night before when the two lovebirds took a 30 minute shower obviously together ????!!!!!
Today we went to ...
... style was built in 1898, and has a unique fully tiled floor in beautiful tones of vibrant yellows and bright blues. The ceiling has ornate plaster work and the entire church is in a soft butter yellow. Today the altar is covered in arrangements of sunflowers for a wedding to be held later that day.
Back at Casa Privata I make my way through the gardens and down the steep steps to the sun-loungers on the cliff. A few hours getting ...
... it was lovely, had a balcony overlooking the town and the ocean. The main part of the town is pedestrian only, I suspect that the streets being nearly impossible for vehicles had a huge part in that decision. The town was full of art galleries putting one in mind of Carmel in California. We took the city bus, outside the main old town, to the top of the mountain to have a look around up there. You need to use the narrow roads to walk on ...