Hotel Le Palme
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... We spent the rest of the day exploring Salerno. We stumbled onto the Minerva herb garden, which was closed when we got there (but we still got a pic!) and passed the time until dinner wandering the little alleys and cobblestone streets that made up the city. On our last night in Salerno, we decided to eat at a restaurant we all loved (partially because of the cheap, good house wine), so we ate at the ...
What happens when two buses meet on a narrow winding road only wide enough for one? The bus going down has to reverse back down the hill to a spot where the other bus can pass. This is a common scene, where you will see a bus and all the cars behind them slowly inching back till there is room to pass. Definitely an experience that is so linked with this area, and one not to be missed.
Every town has a mechanic shop, I think they are ...
... sense of humor.
The next day we made our way to Positano for café, Ravelle for lunch, with a little more shopping stuffed in. The Amalfi coast is also famous for huge lemons. They are used to make the liquer – Lemocello. The lemons are the size of softballs. We stopped at a roadside vendor. The prices match the size. Positano is noted as a rich person’s playground. Luckily the views don’t come with a charge, and ...
... knows it’s an hour until the next one comes so they’re generally more than happy to give their neighbour a lift if they’re going in the same direction. Not everyone stops mind you but we saw it happen loads of times.
The driver arrived in about 5 minutes of being called and we were on our way back to the Villa. When we got there he said the ride was ‘un regalino’ a little present and didn’t want any money for driving us. We felt like ...