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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Palazzo Belmonte Santa Maria di Castellabate
Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate
... next door rooms wifi. Fools never use it. They must be out "sight seeing" or something. Ha. before checking out the beach and having a birthday dinner. We splurged and got a menu which included entree, two mains and desert. The food was beautiful. As a rolled home a few kgs heavier we decided for an early night and movie to finish off mums birthday in style. It was a pleasure to spend a birthday with this truly remarkable ...
... 12.45pm we decided to forgo the coffee and have lunch and a wine instead.
Deb ordered gnocchi with clam and zucchini and I ordered pumpkin risotto -absolutely delicious.
It was a beautiful hotel with fine antiques , manicured grounds ,excellent service and food . Would certainly recommend it to anyone travelling there in the future .
We wandered back to the town centre via the Limoncella shop and bought a bottle ...
... carrageway since getting the car from Rome Airport, but driving on the wrong (right) side of the road felt natural in a left hand steered car. The more confident I got, the faster we went and I think I got a bit carried away given the 'slow down' calls from my passengers. Taking in the views came as a priority however and we took it a little easier as one small coastal town after another came. We arrived at our B&B, Al Pesce ...
... priced at 6,80€ but we would have been drenched hiking back and we had already got in about 13 miles so we took the bus. Once again practicing our sardines in a can layering technique but feeling like locals, we knew where to push the button to ask for the bus to stop and we exited onto the highway right below our stairs and the climb back up the mountain to our studio. It was raining pretty hard, we were in shorts and getting chilled, this will be fun!? We would climb a few ...
... have coffee... It's very reminiscent of Venice, with its small alley ways, etc. we'd like to explore more, but of course being on a tour (this time with Sascha), we were marched on and given little time to wander the paths. Further up we travelled, up a winding and small road to the top of the island (Ana Capri) to have lunch and to take in the sights of the chair lifts (particularly high but great views). Sorry, not very I formative I ...