Pensione Maria Luisa - Amalfi Coast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPensione Maria Luisa - Amalfi Coast Positano
It is the views and convenience to the road that make this lower cost hotel worth staying at. Carlos and his staff gave us a warm welcome and assisted us with our questions. The rooms are dated and bed a bit hard but you expect that in ancient cities.
Everything you need, close to Positanos smaller beach and easy access.
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... was the Hotel that we stayed at last time I was here with the family but it didn't seem quite as I remembered it. Will have to ask Dad what it was called. We then bought 2 bottles of Peroni and strolled back down the winding streets both more than ready for a swim at this point.
After a leisurely stroll back down the hillside, while Dina bought a hat, bikini and Positano beach bag we finally made it to what I thought I would not get ...
... makers a day in the season with only 2700 residents.. A big effort, and with day trippers too!
Tomorrow we start three days of travel to return to the land of Oz, ughh!
I am looking forward to many things at home but have had a fantastic time with so many adventures and experiences, some planned, some not so planned and cannot believe the eight weeks is almost over. An added bonus was being able to share some of our adventures ...
Today was a free day to spend enjoying the Positano beach of the amalfi cost. The positano beach is near the volcano Mt Vesuveus and is therefore a black sand beach. Although I do not think that the sand was anywhere near as black or as sparkly as the beaches in New Zealand. This beach also had a lot of small rocks rather than sand at the waters ...
... able to see it in all its sunny glory and took some great shots. A great day was had by all accounts. Carolyn Jane and I took the ferry to Capri. Capri itself is a little more upmarket so we decided to wear nice dresses and sandals as we would not be doing much walking. We took the funicular to Capri town then a taxi up to Anacapri. It's is a lovely quaint town and is easy to get lost. We did. But as Carolyn says we weren't really lost, ...
... lights wasn't working. This wasn't going to trouble us too much as we would only have the car for another day. If the local rozzenieri stopped us we would claim ignorance. We also found out about some other teams who had been fined for various indiscretions in Switzerland, namely doing a u turn in a tunnel, very dumb, speeding and parking facing the wrong direction. The next day we got up, no fancy dress, no stupid ...