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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... on the right hand side for the sea views. The bus was full after one stop, as you hyperventilate, notice how the Mediterranean, a sheer 500-foot drop below with the hotels, and villas clinging to the vertical terrain.
The rugged coastline is riddled with sea caves, sandy coves which tease from far below and cliffs reaching 200m, the coastline becomes ever more dramatic with breath taking ...
... is picturesque. There's a big music festival on here at the moment .. Opera singers orchestras and local musicians. Expresso time and then we wander though the little shops. The local shops are filled with ceramic plates and figurines, linen and of course Limoncello .. Lollies liqueurs and soaps. We get back to the hotel grab our swimmers and head for the pool. It's magnificent it's built into the side of the cliff, deck chairs and sun lounges scattered around and ...
... seemed like breakneck speed through tunnels and across high bridges. It gave us an opportunity to see some good sights though. This part of the trip took just over an hour and ended at Sorrento Terminal.
Down the stairs we went to the ticket office to buy our bus tickets on the SITA bus to Praiano. After 20 minutes or so, having put our cases underneath in the hold, away we went. Cannot believe some of the streets the bus takes just in Sorrento. One place in ...
... an old buildings falling down way) and a town fountain. We stopped at the hotel that inspired Wagner's Parsifal and which is now called the Hotel Parsifal. Its terrace and outlook was magnificent - hint - this is a recommendation if you are coming to Ravello.
So the Christmas puzzle has been started, the cards have had a workout, the journals are up-to-date (or in Eliza's case, not quite so ...