Piccolo Sogno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... The ascent was not easy, but not really difficult either once we hit our stride. The path was a fine sort of gravel and was quite soft, more trouble going down than up.
Finally, 40 minutes later, we arrived at the caldera and wow! We also had great, if somewhat hazy views of the Bay of Naples and the Sorrento Peninsula. We found at the top a little hut selling cold drinks and souvenirs. !! At ...
... left the scene. I am pretty sure that some Italian curses were thrown in my direction.)
Safely in Pompeii, just 20 minutes late thanks to the awesome train system here (sarcastic), we made our way to the ruins. It so happened that we were entering the ruins at the same time as a high school tour group. We may or may not have just blended in with the group and gotten into the site for the discounted price of zero euros per person. ...
... us on a walking tour through the ancient streets, speaking into a lapel microphone hooked up to lower powered receivers we each wore around our necks. You never had to strain to hear him nor worry about walking to the side to take a photograph. He clearly explained how the twenty feet of ash and pumice stone that buried this resort town preserved it and many of its inhabitants for seventeen centuries.
Here lived wealthy residents of ...
... until 1 am. What a lovely night.
24 Sept 2011
Positano, Amalfi Coast
We'd planned to stay in Positano for a 2nd night, but weren't able to find a hotel that could offer us two nights at a reasonable price. We spent our morning stopping into several hotels until we found one that had a room at a price we were willing to pay. Once we'd shifted our bags and bikes, we headed into town and window shopped along ...
... all of us who wanted to get off had to guess it was the Positano stop. We figured this is where we needed to be and got off. Unfortunately, Linda and my bags were on the road side of the bus. So we took our life into our own hands as the bus driver barked at Linda to open the luggage door herself. Then he waved at us to hurry up. Sheesh.. You work in paradise buddy!
Thankfully there was a kind shop keeper who called us a cab. When ...