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Travel Blogs from Praiano
... quite happy about meeting Giuseppe.
Later on, the guys in the architect apartment offered to make us dinner, and we spent a couple of hours eating, drinking, and just chatting it up. My mom was caught up on gossip within the group (she loves being in-the-know), and then came the display of embarrassing pictures my dad finds of me on his phone. Damn technology.
On Thursday I took my parents to the ruins ...
... with the old pack on but I got there. William was nice enough to upgrade me for free to a fantastic room with the most insane view, I was on cloud nine nearly literally since we were so high in the mountains! If anyone heads to the Amalfi Coast you must stay here - quiet, clean, superb views and a great breakfast! That afternoon I headed you know where straight to the beach with some fresh fruit beer and a book. I did meander and sight see on the ...
... those days would've been a vastly different atmosphere compared with today, and yet still, I'm walking on the same pathways as they did over a thousand years ago!
It's an easy stroll around the small township, with it's lanes lined with shops, and at least there's very few steps here....unless you want to visit the domo that is! And I do, so up the steps I go, pay my fee, grab my guidebook and wander through. I walk through the "Cloister of Paradise" which is the ...
Our host, Mr. Nicola, took us out on his boat today for a tour of the Amalfi Coast. The water view of the road from Sorrento to Priaino gave us an idea of the incredible engineering that went into making this road a UNESCO site. Most of the roadway is either built up land on the side of a mountain or a bridge spanning two sections of a mountain, or a tunnel going through cliff side terrain. No wonder I was so scared on the drive here!!! Mr. ...
After our return to the hotel we
donned our aprons and had our first lesson in the cooking school:
pasta and sauce. We made scialatielli and fresh cherry tomato sauce
with basil. After the lesson was complete, we gathered in the dining
room and ate the food we had prepared. The excess pasta made in the
class was saved for use in the hotel dining room later in the week.
We then took a dip in the pool ...