Hotel La Lucertola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Vietri is just magnificent and gorgeous. The view of the Mediterainien Sea is breath taking. So relaxing, well deserved after the hectic drive. One Roman yelled at David as he was trying to negotiate the roads in a car with the wheel on the wrong side of the car. The man yelled "Scemo", which pretty much means "Idiot"! C'mon give an Aussie tourist a fighting chance I say. We just laughed and ...
... 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 ...
... up on them and as they decayed they left a person shaped mold in their place. This archaeologists have been able to inject with plaster to create an exact copy of the person. These are dotted around the site and are eerily real, because you can actually see the facial expression on their face at the moment of death, their final death mask if you will. The truth is that there is so much to see here in Pompeii that you end up wandering ...
... thousands of years ago in the middle which has old water powered saw and flour mills at the bottom ( dated around early 900's) - called 'Valley of the Mills' this is really close to our hotel. With the popularity of the area it has spread and there are quite a few hotels etc dotted along the coast line and urban spread. Fishing is good in the area and they grow lots of olives, grapes, tomato's and lemons, including the lemoncello ones which are ...
If the Amalfi Coast isn't on the "1000 places to see before you die" list, it should be. Today, we hired a private driver, Michael with monettitaxi, to take us to see The Amalfi Coast. He picked us up at the hotel in a black Mercedes sedan (much larger than most cars here). The Amalfi Coast road is a twisting, turning, sometimes one lane road, right along the cliffs and the water, that is best left to the locals to drive. The towns are a collection of buildings ...