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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We woke to rain, we had two choices, jump on the the bus and hope it clears (at least we won't get wet on the bus) or sit around the hostel all day. It was an easy choice really. My feet got wet crossing the road outside the hostel and stayed wet all day. From Sorrento we caught the bus it took over half an hour to get onto the coast line but then it was extraordinary. The road is on the edge of the cliffs sometimes jutting out off the side, as we wound in and out, the words can ...
... culture, history and Italian/American relations by demanding to do the dishes. We have since restored all of the aforementioned with coffee, wine and great desserts. We exchanged contact information with promises to visit. I will follow through on my promise. Paolo and his dear 6 year old daughter, Serena ( who wanted her nails painted, just like Caroline's), drove us back to our hotel.
One of the best days ever. Ciao!
Well, here we are on the Amalfi Coast. We've been on the go for 8 days now and as we're going to be here for a week, decided a sleep in and an easy day was the go.
Just lazed around, admired the view from our balcony time and time again and took what was become a daily ritual pf going down to the little market shop for supplies. The fresh fruit and vegetables are just that - fresh! And to be ...
... lemon, from candles to bath soap to room spray. The star attraction though is Limoncello; this is where it is born and bred. I wish I liked this sickly sweet lemon syrup that packs a lot of alcoholic punch as it would conjure up wonderful memories to sip it as an after dinner digestivo back at home. I think I have some in my fridge that has been there a few years (only decreasing in volume when a teen – I’m not naming any names - decides ...
... mission empty handed (must be closed on Sunday) so we stretched a meal out of pasta with a little butter, left over mozzarella, a couple of basil leaves we tucked away from a restaurant meal and two small cherry tomatoes diced as small as can be.
Turned out rather tasty and no one was at real risk of going hungry. We ended the day with a game of Big Dalmuti and some lemon tart. Dad predicted ...