La Tonnara Hotel
Travel Blogs from Procida
... shop and after a very brief demo on driving a boat, we were out on the water. The boat was made of rubber but was larger than you'd expect and could have held about 5 people comfortably. We zipped along the magnificent coast line, taking turns driving as we headed to Positano for lunch. After lunch we made for Capri with swimming on our minds. The first warning sign came with a boater heading the opposite direction. He made a strange hand signal that, at the time, looked ...
... a couple of hours I had only made it to 20 of 65 sites so I decided I needed to skip a few. Each one was so interesting.
I spent the day with goose bumps, maybe because I was there by my self it was a very quiet day, a place that had seen such devastation, but its history had been preserved so will. It was interesting to see their way of life, where how the people lived the social structure, what was left and how it has beeen uncovered and what is ...
... and taking dips to cool off in the salt water pool. Whether swimming in the pool or the ocean I've been amazed at how you simply float....seriously I've always loved lying in the water spread out like a starfish on my back looking up at the sky and the views, but usually it's a struggle to stay afloat and keep your head above water, yet here you're supported by the ocean and could literally stay effortlessly floating for hours. It's superbly relaxing.
... a lift back home and pack up most of our baggage as we have a car pickup booked for 8.00am for Sorrento tomorrow morning. We later hear about the strength of the mafia in not only this area, but in a lot of regions in Italy, we don't necessarily see any evidence as a tourist, but we are assured it exists in business circles. They say the worst part is that you never know who is at the head of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking