Palazzo Marzoli Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Positano
... Averil's best day of the trip! It was a wild ride along the winding cliff-side road where the rules are... There are no rules. Many times we watched cars and buses come within inches of each other. Since we were on a scooter we had plenty of room to manoeuvre (in most cases). We cruised through little towns along the coast and stopped at the town of Amalfi for lunch and a quick dip in the ocean :) it was perfect!!! Dinner in Positano along the beach and the journey continues ...
... Jan headed down to the local nailery to have painful things done! Jan enjoyed her visit to the "nailery" - where, outside, lives a beautiful cat, which makes us yearn for our 2 darlings, Socks and Stripes ! We know that they are happy and being cared for by our fabulous neighbours... another email arrived yesterday from them (our neighbours, not the cats !) confirming how well the masters of our home are doing !!!! Back to the "nailery" - Jan had 50% of the painful ...
... all its charming and delightful sights is the star, its landscape is mostly recognisable by the great shiny dome of the Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta e Cripta Medievale; it looks picturesque and is the historic landmark in the heart of the Positano. The Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta e Cripta Medievale probably dates back to the 10th century, the church is a typical example of the architecture found in this beautiful area, its interior is classical, white ...
... some impressive frescoes in some of the rooms. By that stage we had been walking around in the direct sun for about 5 hours so we were pretty tired. We caught the train back to Sorrento and walked back up to the campground. My advice to people planning on visiting Pompei would be to take lots of water, a hat, and good shoes. Also, make sure that at least your shoes are not white. The whole site is pretty dusty, so are legs and feet were covered by the end of the ...
... windy roads which are often only wide enough for one vehicle.
We had heard stories about the road and given the insanity of the Italian drivers decided the bus was the best option and would allow us all to enjoy the trip.
That was the plan anyway.
We bought a 24hr ticket from the Camp ground for 7.20 euro each which gave us unlimited access to the bus service to get us up the coast and back and also into little villages off ...