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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... serpentine turns along the way...poor Karen. We shopped for beautiful inlaid mahogany, colorful ceramics, limoncello candies, and hand-made scarves. It's a beautiful city with a charming old town center.
Our next stop was Positano where we dined at a local restaurant for lunch. There were beautiful views overlooking the city, fresh pasta, pizza, and local wine - a wonderful meal! Afterwards Karen and Cathy shopped for some linen ...
Luckily for us Anna was able to get a few days off work which meant she could travel with us to Amalfi, so we hit the road and drove through Naples, Mt.Vesuvius and Pompeii before reaching the beautiful Amalfitana coast. The first day we arrived the weather was beautiful, and we got a great view of the coast. The following days ...
... shopping and it was VERY squeezy to say the least. We have decided during our travels that a career opportunity which could await us is to go into panel beating or set up a stubby holder venture. The driving here is something you would have to see to believe. Once off and walking we snaked our way along the windy path across the cliffs. Sheer precipices and the most amazing views. It was a glorious walk with panoramas that were ...
... private porter......the reception guy will organise anything we want, and then when we sit out in the courtyard, we have a bar and bartender at our beck and call.....don't ya just love it..... 'The Princesses have arrived' This hotel was an original 'Convent' back in the 12th Century...... The history here and all the different rooms are gorgeous, such character. The attendant " fonzie" gives us the history of the hotel it's just stunning so many things to look at ...
... approximately nine thousand times (dad joined in on the last eight thousand or so) and when he found out that dad was a doctor, he asked him to check his pulse while he was driving (and then proceeded to call him Signore Doctore the rest of the day). When he talks too much at home, his wife evidently bops him in the head - "Mamma Mia!" You really have to see the video. But now for the Amalfi Coast! We got a driver because the bus looked like a nightmare, and we were right. ...