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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Ravello
... A small mid thigh sized railing was the only thing between myself and a sheer drop.
The height initially got to me but then I started leaning off taking some mean selfies. Dina couldn't handle the cliffs so I picked her up and brought her closer just cause I didn't want her to miss out. It was gorgeous and something else. Words cannot describe how stunning it all way, so I have attached pictures so you can all see for yourself. ...
... br> - One of the uphills - notice the lady in orange leading the way up. Yes it is Susan!
The stage in Ravello - The stage being built for the annual Ravello festival which runs from
21 June until 20 September. The seating is built over the flower beds that you can see.
Tennis anyone? - Doug, Jennifer shall we set a time? A lovely setting for a court. This multi-sport court was at a school in Ravello. I ...
... as its got a nice square, a good selection of shops and is not so full of tourists. Amalfi even in the rain was still full of tourists and commercial. We managed to make it back just before some more rain and started to pack and weigh stuff, I hate the 23kg allowance it killing us! Too many flights this trip - live and learn. Dinner yum I had the crepes and wow they were devine..... Waddled back to ...
... of each other! We all decide a nap is much safer than actually watching....
A well earned shower to wash off Mt Vesuvius dust, and we amble up the steps and hills to a waiting Bree for her final meal with us before she travels back to London. And what a meal!!! Best we've had.
Safe travels Bree, and look forward to catching up with the rest of your travels and then back in Melbourne. For now, buona notte ...
Friday morning we decided to get an early start on another day trip. We were all willing to put our lives in Kevin's hands and he was willing to endure the insanity of driving on the Amalfi Coast highway. We climbed the 64 stairs to the highway (the only way out of our apartment) negotiated crossing the road with 6 people and somehow managed to back the minivan out of the garage directly on to the road of the reaper. This time we ...