- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews La Bussola Massa
Travel Blogs from Massa
... Sea and the cliffs of Sorrento. We had a nice lunch of pasta and pizza and walked around a bit. Then back up the stairs. The weather was not that great today and we could see the mountain fogging up. We headed back home in the fog. Scary for me, OK for Guenther.
Tomorrow we are off to the central part of Italy. Up into the mountains again. Should take us about 3-4 hours. Hopefully the next place will have Wi-Fi and I'll catch up with you ...
... and sweet. Not long after our entree the waiters started a little bit of a show, and as it seemed we were the feature act. Firstly they bought us each a massive bow tied bib, and then they added an extra piece of table onto our existing table. At this stage I was very nervous at the spectacle that was being made and wondered exactly what it was we had gotten ourselves into. Moments later our soup came to the table on a massive platter, overflowing ...
Another pilgrim turned up at the hostel last night. I know that I can sometimes be considered a little strange but this guy took things a bit further. He had walked from his home in Spain to Jerusalem via Santiago de Compestelo and Rome. Bad enough, but now he was walking back. I did notice that he wasn't a fat chap.
Big day so I was away before 8. I was a bit too enthusiastic in buying juice and water last night and so needlessly carried an ...
... so bad for this couple as they were asking the bus driver how to buy tickets or when the next bus would come along. The driver made a small hand gesture but would not say anything else. He just stared at them for about 20 seconds, closed the door on them and then drove on! Yikes. I so much wanted to stand up and yell through the door what to do, but I thought I had better mind my own business. I hope they asked a store keeper or something and got it ...
... barely make it around the curves so try picturing a whale of a motor bus!
Along the route, a brief stop was made in a viewing area where in the far distance below at sea level, the small touristic village of Positano could be seen. It really stood out as well as its exclusive beach as it sat in an enclave in the hills. It was a wow factor and to think, that’s exactly where we were ...