Park Hotel Terme Mediterraneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... briars made it doubly hard work. After over an hour, we eventually came out on to a clearer path. John's shirt was soaking wet with sweat. We were both covered in grass seeds from head to foot. I had worn shorts and my lower legs were becoming inflamed and swollen as they reacted to all the pollen (part of my hay fever syndrome!!). Fortunately, the rest of the walk very pleasant and took us through various villages including Santa Agata and Monticchio before dropping back ...
... For instance we came out of the brothel to the other side of one barrier.
Our tour ended near the theatre. It was great now to wander as we wanted although we'd not felt restricted. We aimed for the amphitheatre. We weren't allowed up the steps to look down on it and the lack of tour groups worried us in case we couldn't go in. We could and only a few others were there. In excellent condition with rows of seats above, we were so pleased to be there ...
... we realized we were missing something in the communication, we continued on around the bend to head for Sorrento. Once around the bend the waves became unmanageable. It was suddenly apparent that the other boaters had been trying to warn us of the rough water in the direction we were heading. Our comfortable boat suddenly seemed like the tiny rubber dingy it was as the waves bounced us around with increasing violence. I took over the driving while Erin held on for ...
On Saturday we bid farewell to Fr Jo and were grateful for a lift from Fr Matteo to Termini station- it was cold, grey and wet outside, a perfect day to sit on a train! After a breakfast bagel from McDonalds at the station (yes, a bagel!), we hopped on a train to Napoli Centrale- a fairly uneventful trip passing through some pretty hilltop towns, but mostly dilapidated villas and ramshackle commission flats. Arriving in Naples ...
... looked at the coastal views and around what is a pretty exclusive part of the world. Well it must be when two pieces of chocolate cake and two small bottles of Coke Zero cost 26 Euros (about AUD34)!
After that it was back down the hill and onto the boat for the trip back to Praiano. Along the way we travelled a lot closer to the cliff faces, at times almost being able to touch them. Some great views of Positano and Praiano as well. Another fantastic day!