Residence Villa Degli Dei
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Woke up to perfect weather after a bit of a lay in for Mr Hands, enjoyed our breakfast in the sun room and headed down the hill to catch a bus to Nocelle, a small town slightly inland and high up.
I would not be a bus driver for anything!. The tight corners, traffic and pedestrians on the road would send me home to drink at the end of each day. And at the same time they are often climbing or descending on the edge of cliffs. On occasion we had ...
Yes- well, naturally another BIG day of touring. Today we were taken by bus to visit 3 towns on the Amalfi Coast --Ravello, Amalfi and Positano. To do this of course means a long drawn out near death experience as the bus rounds every blind hairpin bend.... A tad tense when we faced off against a bigger bus and had to reverse some distance!
All the towns were picturesque and just ...
... as it is a fixed price. €35 per person. Foods are all organic and the vegetables come from their own garden.
We were immediately brought bruschetta and a bottle of wine.
Next came antipasti, which was prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, eggplant, chick peas, brown beans, peas, little pizza pops, spinach, broccoli and more.
Next was the “primo” (first) course, which is always pasta. The picture doesn’t do it justice but there were about ...
... found a sheltered spot behind some rocks. Millly and Lachy were the first in, I slowly followed, and it was cold.The sun was shining though. We all braved the cold and were very pleased we did. Ro decided not swim in his undies although he was in the water for a brief time but needed to capture the events on camera. Josh eventually went in also. Now we did have to strip to put our clothes back on and use our shirts as towels but it was all worth ...
... pretty compared to the rough Naples you have to pass through to get there.
We are pleased we came here and it would have been nice to have more time to visit Pompei which is on the train route half way between here and Napoli. I would have also liked to have time to build in more time on the Amalfi coast and do one of the nice walks around the region. Yes its a bit expensive and tourist filled - but that is pretty much the same everywhere in Europe!