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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... was very quick and we had Italian music being played by guitar and banjo next to our table all adding to the atmosphere. We then headed back to Positano, visiting the local deli for our breakfast requirements in the morning. We are getting picked up at 8am to catch our train from Salerno to Taormina which is in Sicily. We are very interested to see how we cross the ocean by train. We have heard a tunnel, train on ferry and bridge - watch this ...
... at any second. The streets are tiny little winding alleys that reveal hidden treasures at every turn. Everything is so close together but it's not at all claustrophobic, they all just kind of link into the next store of cafe. It's almost like everyone in Positano agreed on a theme and have stuck to it ever since. All the buildings are brightly colored in different pastels and there are vines growing over walls and over walkways and flowers at every ...
... 2 people!
The food at the hotel has been excellent and my favorite would be the cuttlefish with fennel I had as an entree our first night here. Sam's has been the bacala for sure.
We have decided to take private transport to Naples, as we learned the bus takes you to the airport, not the train station. As our train leaves Naples at 1120, we will get picked up from our hotel at 0930 and arrive around 1030. This gives us time in case of ...
... death grip on the railing. Finally we made it to the small village Maiori and checked into our place. As soon as we dropped our stuff off we went to the supermarket and got some beer, wine and cheese... Always a good time. We ended up spending 3 nights in Maiori and aside from our day trip to Capri, we did not do much. We slept in each day, relaxed, hung out at the beach, shopped a little, ate great food, drank some wine and enjoyed each others company. It was a great couple ...
... However, as we were traveling back, we ran into (literally face to face run in since the amount of people that attempt to fit on the trains would make individual who has taken US public transit count their stars) a man with his grand-daughter from Yukon who confirmed our once-suppressed worry about the trains being out of commission on the day that we are trying to get to Rome. He kindly told us that he would help us out by taking us to a ...