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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... over the road - not mutually exclusive. I kept thinking back to the walking tour when the guide explained how porous the limestone is and that the roads are always having problems. Ahh well...I'm sure it will be some other poor souls that fall over the edge :).
We arrived in Amalfi, grabbed a quick gelato, and immediately hopped on another bus to go up to Ravello. Up, up and up we went for 30 minutes. Ravello is kind of an ...
What a great day. Carolyn and I survived the night without kicking each other to death ( we are sharing a king sized bed whilst Jeannie has the pull out) and Jeannie slept like a baby ( a drugged one mind you!) . After a leisurely breakfast of the usual suspects ( great bread) we put on our walking shoes and decided to brave the weather. The forecast was for rain all day but it was intermittent and actually quite hot when the sun came out. ...
... this is where DH Lawrence wrote 'Lady Chatterly's Lover' in 1926-27.
By the time we reached the piazza again the stalls and cafes had closed and the piazza was relatively empty. We wondered around for a few minutes before walking back through the tunnel to the bus stop with the panoramic view. The tunnel was lined with posters of artist who ...
... around a bit. We were anxious to see more of the island, and didn't really care to shop, so we got back to the car and moved on to the next stop, which was a tiny little beach where we could play on the outcrops and look at the Faraglioni -- three rock formations rising out of the sea. We got pictures of waves crashing up behind us, pictures of the impossibly blue water, pictures of the Faraglioni (or as Tommy calls them, "Fraggle Rocks"), and ...
... with a lovely flowering garden terrace, a beautiful view overlooking the coast, and a garage that opens directly onto the Amalfi Coast highway.
After getting situated into our apartment, we felt that although tired we still needed to get a light supper and enough groceries for breakfast. Chuck took a walk to Atrani, a small town about 10 minutes up the coast to scout for a restaurant for dinner. It’s amazing that on a highway that ...