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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Another very hot day and had an hours drive to drop off at Monte Stella Summit for hike to Acciaroli, a coastal fishing village. Paola from the B&B drove us and took the photo of the 3 of us in front of the days hike but his thumb sadly blocked out Gilles ....Vicki meanwhile already had found some nettles to get scratched by, apart from that we were ready for a big 5 hour day hike. Great start down through a chestnut ...
... pretty good!) I was quickly realising why even the Italians say the Amalfi coast is the most beautiful part of Italy! We spent two nights in the stunning city and popular tourist destination of Sorrento. Here I realised the true bonus of sailing in and docking at the port rather than having to navigate through the busy, narrow, often steep and whindy streets! In Sorrento we got to experience stunning sunsets and ate one night at restaurant where you could pick your fish seafood to ...
... up to the terrace and enjoyed the rest of the match in the hammock. Came down to the room and woke the clan for the last 10 mins. Was great to see the Hawks get home. We made the breakfast service by 9:30, then headed out and brought some ferry tickets to Positano, a small seaside village just around from Amalfi (Nth). The place was picturesque. ...
Today was a quiet day. I have been doing something every day, buses, trains, boats, automobiles, walking, I am beat! When I woke up this morning I decided it was time to finally RELAX! Today was pretty quiet, not a lot of stories to share, just me hanging at the beach. Also.....I have a change of plans that I am pretty excited about.....
I was supposed to leave Amalfi tomorrow to go to Venice for two ...
... have to be organized to stock up on our fresh antipasti and wine to enjoy on the terrace for early afternoon drinks.
Our apartment offers the best view over Amalfi; we could see the Mediterranean Sea, the busy bus exchange where locals and tourists pour into and out of the many buses, the winding roads up to Ravello the beautiful bell tower of the local church as well as the lemon groves that supply the township with the ingredients for their limoncello. ...