Royal Hotel Montevergine
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This morning on our last day in Positano we awoke to a rumbling of thunder but only a few clouds in the distance. What started as a few spots of rain as we ate breakfast on the terrace turned into a massive thunderstorm. Lightning, rain, wind and the thought of checking out and walking the hundred or so stairs to the bus with our luggage was daunting to say the least. Our hosts moved us into their living room for breakfast. The couple we had lunch with ...
... peeking out in intervals. It made our walk this morning extra tiring but nobody gets to complain about the heat!! We went a different way today, away from the centre of town, primarily to check out our pick up point for the tour we booked on Monday or Tuesday but also just to get away from the town centre to explore. It's just as busy and crowded but we found better prices on some things. The tour pick up point is a parking lot amidst ...
... up to the highest point on the island. I didn't know what to expect but it was similar to a ski lift but for an individual person. I was a little scared but knew it would be a ton of fun. Thinking that it was going to be a 5 minute ride I was shocked when I realized how high these things took you. It took about 15 minutes and at one point I was floating through the clouds! I had the most amazing views of the island and it was actually really fun. We spent time at ...
... an effort to drag our selves away from our priceless vista, so we called it a day and stayed in for the night. Pizza and wine on the couch in Positano was an absolutely perfect way to end another awesome day.
Up bright and early we hit the water for our full day cruise and Capri visit and with only 2 other couples it felt like a very personal and special cruise. The day started with a leisurely cruise along the stunning and unique Sorrentina ...
I love visiting Italy. The food, the language, the architecture, the history all pull me in and it's a country I've visited many many times. In July 2013 we headed off on a short trip to explore a small part of Tuscany and then I fulfilled a childhood dream of visiting Pompeii and Mount Visuvius. Siena is one of Italy's most visited cities and is one of Europe's best medieval cities. It's main square, il Campo is a huge open space surrounded by a curve of ...