- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at these as I was following the Americans around. We had a rather expensive lunch - I had grilled squid and a salad. After lunch, I went back down to the water on the funicular and went for a swim. That was a pretty good way to spend the afternoon and then we caught the 3.30 ferry back to Amalfi. As it was a free day we did not have dinner included in our tour and I had arranged to meet up with some of the girls and eat at the hotel but outside as they had a ...
... lady to get changed so I hung around with two late arrivals to the group. An American lady who would be around fifty but in very good shape and her daughter who is at university but been over in Sienna studying Italian for a couple of weeks. We went back to the cathedral! And I spent longer there this time. Also went and bought a reproduction print on Amalfi paper that is produced at the paper mill up in the hills that we walk pasts on ...
... for a lemon granita in one of the lovely outdoor restaurants. The granitas were very pretty and certainly quenched the thirst but you pay probably 3xs more to sit down rather than just buy it off the street. However, sometimes it is just worth it and obviously they know it! The best lemon granita that I have had so far was on the street corner in Amalfi for 2 Euro. Today's granita was 6 Euro and not even half as good. However, I have ...
... The town I am in is pretty small but with a very cute square where the market, gelato, Farmacia, laundry, etc. are all located. For the one bar in town, they set up a huge screen outside to watch the semi final game last night against Germany. What an experience! It was so intense. For every missed goal or made goal the crowd went crazy. There really wasn't even any drinking or other conversation going on just glued to the screen to cheer ...
... You’ve got the fast food joints, with a counter and big pots inside the counter where the server would scoop out a snack for you. You’ve got the murals on the walls of the houses—sometimes, beautiful artwork, sometimes just childish scribblings. You see the social classes—some bigger mansions, and some smaller, simpler homes… but you notice that every home was built with precision, built to be beautiful, built ...