Park Hotel Terme Mediterraneo
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... been included in our flight costs. Not happy at all Jan!!! We arrived in Naples and picked up some light lunch, and we were met by our driver who took us to our villa in Positano 1.5 hours drive. I had no ideas Positano and the region was built on a cliff face. The road was long and windy, and seemed to go on and on and on with me (Neil) feeling quite nauseated because of my head cold, I was breaking out ...
... those final hours before the doors closed, I enjoyed swimming in the sea and sleeping beside the seaside, having a grand feast full of Italian delicacies, conversing with the people, dancing with Alfonso as the sun was setting, and saying good bye to summer. I imagined spending my summer next year again here with Alfonso, hopefully married and pregnant. Sadly, I am ...
... and started packing (sad face) and then wandered down the street for a last look at Sorrento and a bit of souvenir shopping. Gelati all round of course. And then I took them to the Foreigners Club for a drink and the beautiful views over the Bay of Naples. Home for a Nanna nap. This evening after looking at lots of other restaurants we ...
... mousse for dessert.
I did some hand washing back at my room. I’ll be so glad to have a washer at the apartment in Rome, but there are 4 more days of the tour before that! I also spent way too much time trying to rotate the video I took on the chair lift by 90 degrees. No luck so far—ha!
Addendum: I finally was able to rotate the video with the help of Travelpod!!! Scroll down past all of the other pictures; click on the video to play.
... giving us great water views of "our" village and detoured into Positano to pick up extra passengers making a total of 12 people on board.
The trip to Capri took about two hours, in a moderate swell, along the way we passed little villages, scattered dwellings and many tiny beaches many of which were only accessible by boat on this high and rugged rocky coastline.
Crossing the ...