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- Continental Breakfast
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
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is now being visited by cruise ships as it gives good access to
Pompeii, other ancient sites of Roman ruins, and the Amalfi Coast.
Apart from the Etruscans, Romans and Normans making their own marks
on the landscape over the centuries, it's claim to fame relates to
Salerno being a prominent centre for medical information and a
... treated us to water, wine, salami, cheese, bread, mozzarella, and fresh tomato! So fresh and delicious. We were then ushered into the tasting room where we were able to sample limoncello, cantaloupe liqueur, marmalade and breads drenched in lemon-flavored and regular-flavored olive oil . I couldn't help purchasing things to bring home. Next our motor coach arrived in Sorrento at the main ...
... had a bottle of vino and fruit and rolls. One man gave us an apple each. The apple tasted in between an apple and a pear and was yellow. One part of the track we had to climb up rocks on all fours. It took us 4 hours and we walked about 10 klms. We finally arrived at Nocelli at 3:15 and waited for a bus. At the bus stop we watched mules in teams of two walk down the steps led by a young man and onto a truck. The mules had carry cans on their ...
... because all of t he tables were booked, but they shuffled around the bookings and found us a table - quite the Italian way. No worries! The meal was so fresh and the sangria started to taste pretty good. The waiters (mostly male) were loud and in bare feet on the pebbles! The back into a boat and back to Positano - over an hour wait - no bush until another hour and a half. What!!! A walk up the hill to meet Di and Liz and one taxi later ...
... along the way beggars belief....which makes the fact that he hit the fence backing into the car park at the marina in Amalfi all the more surprising!! Doing about 2kph!
Once we worked out where our hotel was, we forfeited the offer of a porter to assist with our bags....thanks Hugh, and began our journey across to the other side of the crazy road and up the 77 stairs that awaited us and our 22kgs each of luggage.
As is our want, we went up the wrong flight of stairs and had ...