Hotel La Conca Azzurra
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Free parking
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... to enjoy it!
After a well-earned sleep, and breakfast on the terrace, we walked down into Amalfi. It was a beautiful day. We got conned by the brochure into taking a boat trip out to see a ‘Grotto’. The Grotto was just about OK, however the Italian gigolo boatman who was waiting to take us into the grotto was shocker. Glyn said to Ivor not to tip after the 'show' but he reckoned he’d avoid the likely abuse and tipped ...
... exactly the ticket we needed online so I just showed him the name of the ticket. He showed us where to catch tram 1 which would take us to the station. We pretty much didn't obey any lights, they never seemed to change, so we just got in the shadow of a local and followed across the street! We got on the tram, I was able to validate the tickets, yeah! It was definitely gritty.... Kurt was asking to go back to munich again! I couldn't decide if we should go to the porta ...
... for the hooks. Then you walk into the hot bath chamber, and then the cold bath chamber. Even back then they had central heating, running a heating system through the walls.
In the year 79 AD when it was covered in between 4 and 6 meters of Ash from mount Vesuvius it had a population of approximately 20 000 people, a complex water system an amphitheater
gymnasium and a port, two thousand people lost their lives, and remained buried under the ...
... mud and silt. This tragic occurrence would have joined the long list of lost calamities were it not for the sudden and complete burial of the towns. Post-renaissance Italians rediscovered the volcanic tombs and found them to be a nearly perfect time capsule of first century Roman life. Excavation revealed paintings, sculptures, tools, pottery, and even some human and animal remains. I've given this probably too lengthy intro because the life of life, ...
We're getting used to the relaxed lifestyle here. Another reasonably late start but with regular buses going through, we set off for Amalfi, about 30 minutes away along the coast. By now we are sort of used to the honking of horns and narrow winding roads, buses almost scraping each others sides and scooter and bike riders risking their lives with audacious overtaking moves and pedestarians in amondst it all doing the same!
The bus actually terminates at ...