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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... suit eight year olds. He prepares the bruschetta almost in the middle of the space, the views are fantastic and he has a little border of various herbs, lots of basil around the edge of the seating area. You could easily plonk your foot on a patch and ruin it. Likewise I had stacked trays of mini Roma tomatoes balancing on a timber block beside me that at one stage I needed to pass to the bruschetta king or no more bruschetta for anyone! We thoroughly enjoyed ...
... piazza hand in hand in love. It was quite funny to watch them draping themselves all over each other and also the buildings and furniture in the square. They even got in a few photos on the church steps as the bride was walking down. After a few drinks and nibbles we decided to hit the road as once again it was building up to another evening storm so we got on the next bus out of there. On the bus trip from Amalefi to Solareno we ran into a problem about halfway ...
... It was funny listening to our guide try and explain everything as there was a young girl and boy in our tour so he had to watch what he said They are still working on Pompeii now uncovering residential areas where they are still finding bodies. The first part of the city was only uncovered 300 years ago so it will be amazing what they will find now! There are ...
... who has always 'repped the south for the past 13 years, I knew I couldn't go wrong with going South.
So on Wednesday I took a train to Solerno and then Ferry to Positano- i is just Southwest of Amalfi and a bit smaller with a lot nicer beaches than Amalfi. Now as a Dutchman, I found a really cheap place in Positano but it happened to be on the top of the hill (mountain) and not by the beach. ...
... up where we needed to. Next was a walk to our apartment luggage in hand and on backs the kids were amazing at just getting on with it as we were all tired and we were battling crowds and busy streets. Safely to our street we were greeted by Ana, who spoke no English, shown our apartment and then we breathed a sigh of relief. Ro had to do an extra dash to an atm, but he’s so fit that it was a breeze.
Dinner was pizza again as it ...