Grand Hotel Nastro Azzurro & Occhio Marino Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... traffic, and there are hundreds of people milling about. The leather coats look amazing, there are beautiful shirts of lace and linen, ceramics everywhere, limoncello and other assorted lemon snacks, as well as the normal touristy stuff.
We have purchased a new suitcase to replace a broken one. Its a hard shell case, florescent yellow and enormous. Louise and Connor wheel it back to the hotel while Helen and I browse the streets for another couple ...
... right by the autostrada in Orvieto. The hotel was wonderfully situated just off the exit and right by an large COOP store and mini-mall which had a bankomat machine, which we needed by then for some Euros, since all we had were Swiss francs and dollars. We had a very decent pasta dinner and wine at the little hotel and crashed about 9:00 p.m. for almost 11 hours!
Thursday - awoke at our leisure and were very surprised at how well we had slept, ...
So yesterday, we dutifully rose an hour earlier than usual to try and catch a bus to Amalfi and Positano. We stood the whole way there, which was a good opportunity for Lia to work on her OCD and touching surfaces that may contain tourist germs........ (Germans?)
Amalfi is a beautiful town, no doubt and the Duomo is breathtaking! It has 62 steps (see paragraph 1) and we were honoured to be included in a young couple's engagement video on the steps.... See ...
Ravello is considered one of the most romantic and beautiful small towns in southern Italy. Perched on steep, terraced slope and closer to the sky than the sea, Ravello has lush gardens, quiet lanes, sleepy, sun-drenched corners, and a lofty setting at 1,198 feet which has vantage points for views over the azure coast below. At its heart lie an 11th-century cathedral and the Villa ...
... on the right bus, but for 20 minutes, the bus kept circling only in the direction of Napoli. Yikes! Every time I saw the signs for Positano/Amalfi, the bus kept going the other way. However, it ends up that the bus was just circling through the rest of Sorrento to make stops before proceeding on. Once we finally headed in the direction of Positano, I breathed a sigh of relief. If I had ended up in Napoli, it would have been about a four hour bus trip ...