Hotel La Ninfa
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... photo.. Gazza said what was that.... my camera lens cover... I had not secured it properly when changing it and now a bit of my belongings sits on the sea floor off the Isle of Capri.. forever.... Just glad it wasn't my camera.
Back on land we found an idyllic little café and had morning tea. The view was spectacular.
You could see the shadow of Mt Vesuvius standing proudly in the distance. Sorrento to the right and Naples ...
... For €28 per person (roughly $40 per person) we were brought bottled water, never ending wine jugs, and then the food began to arrive. Fresh from the oven rustic bread, Caprese salad, which is a combo of fresh diced tomatoes and fresh mozza made that morning which is tossed with some olive oil and freshly picked basil. It was so delicious. The tomatoes were the sweetest I have ever tasted. The next dish brought out was a type of bruschetta, made from ...
... our tickets and found Steve already on the boat and the kids arrived soon after. We sailed back to Amalfi relaxing after a successful shopping and eating spree.
the rest of the group that had taken the bus said that the bus was really late and they too had just arrived the hotel. The cost of the bus was €1.80 and it takes 1 hour. Apparently it was a hairy ride with some near misses with road workers etc on the road. I'm so glad I took the boat!
... Some guy came and moved her car, meanwhile buses and Vespa's were vying for passing room. We seriously almost saw 12 major accidents and are thankful we made it safely from that adventure. We ate lunch in Positgrana, a nice village north of Amalfi. The Tyrrhenian sea was warm and beautiful deep blue. The steep windy cobble roads were filled with quaint stores. We got our steps in for the day. We ended in Pompeii, the city of 20,000 that ...
... train station) and we got there about 10 minutes later (and after having to ask a few more randoms where we were going). We checked in and got to our room. It was huge! We had a bathroom, kitchen, lounge room and bedroom, oh and a balcony. It was simple, but nice. We relaxed for a little and by that time it was around 6pm and we were hungry. The lady at the front desk told us that the street in front of our hotel parallel to us was the main street so we walked down ...