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- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Buon giorno I have three recommendations if you are considering the drive down the Amalfi Coast from Sorrento. First hire the private taxi of Tony Canelli (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org); second visit Positano and Amalfi, but most important continue on up the hill to Ravello where you truly are on top of the world and you have shed most tourists in Amalfi; and third have lunch in Ravello at ...
... notable was the 'Sexy Pasta' shaped like genitals). Coincidentally we found our way to the water, or a few meters above it to be precise. The beach was at the bottom of a precipice and dominated mostly by wharfs owned by specific restaurants. The water looked absolutely beautiful, crystal clear and not over crowded. We stood taking it all in for a while before heading back into the maze of alleys in attempts to find lunch. Again with good luck we stumbled upon ...
... difficult to spot them as the train station was very large and extremely crowded. Luckily after less than a minute of walking around, I heard my name being screamed. Jamie and Caitlin were just entering the train station and were able to spot me. I thought that they were extremely excited to see me, but really my dad was having troubles parking so they were just trying to find me as fast as possible. They ran me out of the ...
... like the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel and the Basilica in Rome, but for my money, this was far grander. Not exactly off the beaten path, but a place I had never heard of. So much more of an up close and personal visit, the way the ...
We were up at 5am to make sure we caught our 6.30am bus from the train station. As the bus only comes every 2 hours I was relieved to see it arrive early. A very picturesque and sleepy journey to Naples airport. Time for one last Italian ...