Hotel La Residenza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the night....yet another 2000 stairs. Our fourth day we ascended to a monastery and then across a cliff...rather vertigious, called the Path of the Gods, up to another village then down again to Positano...(filled with milling tourists and upscale shops). Likely called 'Path of the Gods' because one slip near the edge and you'll be joining them!
Our hotel on the beach allowed Greg his swim to relax his legs...the fifth day brought us inland to ...
... Robert described the conditions as 'a feature rich environment' - cars and buses driving in both directions, motorbikes overtaking on the inside and outside, sometimes 3 at a time weaving at high speed, pedestrian, dog-walkers, cyclists.... He had eyes on the road and I was yelling instructions....it was another one of those afternoons where we missed the turn (my fault and I am ashamed to admit that at this point I had a BIG tantrum)... Next minute we ...
... popular with all ages. We lunch and wander around for a couple of hours, enjoying the people watching and scenery, before jumping back on the ferry return trip to Positano. It takes a long while to catch the bus back up to Montepertuso again and we don't get back till around 5.00. We take some photographs of our B & B and enjoy a wonderful chat with Marco & Pasquale. We pay them for their ...
... I didn't find cruising down the narrow curvy roads standing on a packed public bus as entertaining, but we made it in time to meet Paolo, our boat driver for the afternoon.
Our afternoon boat ride around the island was great. We hiked and swam in several grottos (water caves). The water is just as clear and colorful as everyone says. Paolo was a great host and told us lots of stories about Capri.
... stay on board without a problem. We guess this is the “Italian way”- very liaise faire or maybe no fare! Our driver took driving along the coast highway to a new level of terror wheeling the bus around the hairpin corners at speeds approaching lift off. After arriving at our intermediate bus stop we unfortunately noticed the trailing end of our “orange bus” beginning its route up the hill to our final bus stop. Without a current bus schedule to judge our ...