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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... bought some really nice dress shorts and I bought a gorgeous pair of Italian leather sandals with small Swarovski crystal detailing, they are made here in Amalfi and I've never seen anything like them before. After lunch I got another fresh lemon juice with orange - I had one yesterday too they are so delicious! As we departed Amalfi we had an fantastic view of Mt Vesuvius and Pompeii, the drive was about an hour before we arrived at our next stop. Naples.... ...
... this experience, even though it was raining the whole time it was still amazing, I couldn’t take my eyes off the view, the whole way, I chatted to an American lady in the seat in front, even though I couldn’t see her. we traveled along the coastline like this to the village of Amalfi. The whole way along are sharp cliffs jutting out of the ocean with Villages perched on top and others at sea level in the valleys. We got of the bus in Amalfi and had a walk ...
... her summer home. I was able to complete 2 paintings and Tim could read his book, far away from the "HEY FUNGUY!" miniature terrorists.
Alessandra made us a fantastic lunch of fusilli with zuchinni and onions. Amazing! I presented her with one of my paintings, as a gift for all the kindness and hospitality she has shown us.
We went into Amalfi for dinner and are calling it an early night. These Italians are CRAZY!
... really is a bit of a risk...then you add on the idea of driving this road consistently. I think I've decided that its a great place to visit but I don't think I'm ready to live here!! Tomorrow we are going back to Positano (yep, the bus again) to hike along the "Path of the Gods." It's probably going to be brutal (hills, not much shade), but everything we've read says its worth it. Hopefully we'll get even better views and ...
... In fact, hotels past Sorrento aren’t allowed tour bus groups as it would be impossible for the buses to move (or park). This is truly a blessing for those who venture down the road independently.
The drive lives up to its reputation. Thank goodness Andy is familiar with narrow British country lanes and winding mountain passes. If you are from the prairies, do everyone a favour and hire a driver, take the local bus or arrive by boat. The twists ...