BEST WESTERN Hotel Marmorata
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We woke up in San Jose Saturday at 3:00am for our 4:00 pickup. Waited a couple of hours for our flight out of SFO. Took a plane to Houston then waited a couple of hours for our flight to Frankfurt. Had a nine and a half hour flight on Luftsthansia that was helped by the fact that I watched four movies and enjoyed them all. The Chef, How To Train …
After a slow, relaxing start to the day and breakfast on "our view to die for balcony", we went down to the port of Amalfi and hopped on a bus to take us up the mountain to Ravello which overlooks north and south different towns on the Amalfi. The bus ride is a bit of an experience and certainly not for the faint hearted. Our driver again drove like a madman and continually had to back the bus back to find a slightly indented place for cars ...
... two altercations with officials, who took exception to the direction we were walking, and we were finally successful. Armed with maps and audio tour guides we headed back into the ruins and a greater understanding of what we were viewing. Subsequently we made a mad dash for the train back to Salerno in order to make our train connection to Rome. We found ourselves power walking back to ...
Today we left from school at about 10 a.m. for Sorrento! I'm glad it wasn't earlier because last night I went out with my friends to celebrate the end of midterms and we got back really late. Or really early, whichever you prefer. The bus ride was not bad at all even though it was five hours, probably because I slept literally the entire time and only woke up for lunch. ...
... stranger. We walk the opposite direction to the bustop, and go to the bus station down the road, looking for a bus we know nothing about. And, of course, it’s Sunday, and nowhere is open. The ticket booth is closed, and we don’t think the bus is running anyway. By now it is too late to get the first bus, so we’d better choose fast. Argentina is asking the guy in Spanish what other busses there are, and is in the process of telling us we should get ...