La Tonnara Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... what we needed. After a week of busy urban sight-seeing, it was nice to finally just relax and completely succumb to the more base desires of the vacationeer. And I've got to say, it wasn't all that bad... Up next, it's a trip to Rome for the final capstone on my family's Italy trip together. With this little bit of coastal R&R under my belt, I think I'm ready to handle the 90-degree weather and 90 mm radius of personal space that the Eternal City affords its visitors. Wish me luck!
... background and it is about 4000'. Before it blew it was 12,000'!!
After that we went to Sorrento for lunch and had amazing pizza and fun wandering around it's tiny little allies.
Stopped above Positano for a photo op and were home by 6:00. Dan was feeling better and was ready to join us when we returned. Everyone is starting to get ...
... and and our back pack we waited for the train. First we had to remember how to buy a ticket.
We are at Pompeii, thinking very hard we studied the signs for the correct railway line. We bought return tickets to Sorento and the ticket man kept saying to validate ticket. That would be a good idea, if only we knew how. Followed other people and shoved our tickets into a booth to validate, phew, ready to go.
A reasonably uneventful ...
... look like caterpillars. They were still noticeable in the dark but on closer inspection with the flashlight, Mel discovered that most of the “seeds” were actually brown worms. Where the heck did they come from? The stairs were covered in them. Mel immediately started running up the stairs; I was not physically able to. But she was soon distracted by a neighbour’s dog, which we stopped to pet.
It was a long day and it wasn’t long before we were in ...
Woke to find that we were in the most beautiful villa perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean. It feels like we are living in the clouds. All organised to go for a shop (the shopkeeper was picking us up and taking us - even more civilised is that we can call through an order and they will deliver) when I got a call through on Skype and so the girls left while I had a lovely chat with my grandchildren. The heavens opened up and it has ...