Minerva Resort Hotel
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... interested but unfortunately cant load it up here from my camera. The scenery was truly spectacular, especially from the hilltop town of Ravello looking down over Amalfi and Salerno. If you are even in this part of the world, this trip should not be missed. i spent the day wandering the streets and alleyways, visited the Cathedral of Amalfi and generally played tourist, along with everyone else. The trip home was equally as exciting. Rain hit just ...
... music with his young daughter dancing and collecting money, there are many distractions. We finally arrive at Pompeii station and are too tired to try to drag our cases to wherever the hotel is, so we left to just get a taxi. We think we were ripped off as it was only a very short trip, by he charged €12 anyway. Pompeii is dirty with lots of rubbish on the ground. The hotel is in a very commercial area, petrol station over the road, scrap metal yard, Nissan service centre and ...
... has approximately approximately 2,500 inhabitants. It is a popular tourist destination due to its scenic beauty. There were some gorgeous views high above the Amalfi coast.
Our day could not have ended better - the Azamara White Night Party. Great food, wine, cocktails, 'Olympic-style' staff presentation, live music and dancing. In true tradition, whether with friends in Scottsdale or with the Wagner-clan, we danced until the music stopped!
... housing is built up from the beach in layers. So the city itself looks unreal.
We spent a bit of time chilling out by the water, fooling around by the docks taking gorgeous pictures. We went into the small city for gelato and to find a nice place to get some dinner.
We checked out some little shops before heading home.
Walking through ...
The morning came so quickly and we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast and celebrated Di's birthday. Then it was off to catch the blue bus to Amalfi. After fifteen minutes travelling the winding mountain coastal road where the bus always seems to have right of way, enforced by much tooting, we arrived in the town square of Amalfi. The town has a bustling cosmopolitan atmosphere and seemed very busy, probably due to the large cruise ship that was in port. After ...