Hotel La Residenza
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... more than 40 bakeries producing the daily bread, 30 odd brothels, 6 huge public baths, 130 restaurants and hotels, lead pipes for water running along the streets and fountains, where we filled our water bottles. The streets were flooded with water daily to clean them (being the open sewers) and stepping stones across the streets for pedestrians are very much in evidence.
I think the most impressive sight is the Forum which ...
... I was hoping to give a little back by hosting them for once. Having Rusty and Tissy join us was icing on the cake, and fitting for a "family" gathering, as they have long been a part of our extended family.
Those who have been to our house have witnessed my ineptitude in hosting: it's imperative that I cater and hire people to make an elegant (or even acceptable) event at our home. I love a good party, and I'd like to think that I add to the conversation and ...
... filled with smoked mozzarella and sea bass. For dessert, lemon delight. The wine flowed the entire time...I never got the name, it was white and came from 2 hours away...grapes grown on tufa rocks...it was fantastic!
Now, back to Babs and Bert...after a couple glasses of wine, she told me that they came to an understanding, they were companions. She said things were better and she was enjoying spending his money on shore excursions, massages and wine! He ...
... over the ocean. Typically Italian, with red and white check tablecloths, pizza ovens and open kitchen. Great pizzas.
After lunch we walked around the town for a while and then took the bus back to Positano which took less than 20 min. The drivers know every bend and go as fast as they can – blind corners, just beep and go.
Sunday we were a bit tired but knew that if we did not walk, we would both seize up. So down the hill to ...
... as a hotel. In 1976 the American author Gore Vidal wrote of the Villa Cimbrone "Twenty five years ago I was asked by an American magazine what was the most beautiful place that I had ever seen in all my travels and I said the view from the belvedere of the Villa Cimbrone on a bright winter's day when the sky and the sea were each so vividly blue that it was not possible to tell one from the other." The ...