- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... day joined us and as the rain continued (and we had to check out) they kindly offered for us to wait out the storm in their room. The power went out and the wifi was unplugged. Apparently a storm had fried their internet once before so they weren't taking any chances. As fast as it blew in... The storm blew out. Skies turned blue and the weather returned to beautiful. Richard and Aisling were going to Amalfi for the day (as we had yesterday). ...
... heels they all wear. Would not be pretty if I tried it!! Rob had roasted chicken which is very different than what we would expect. It was almost slowly baked as opposed to roasted but he loved it. They brought bread that looked like it had some salami or pepperoni and small pieces of cheese baked into it. I ordered spaghetti con pomodorini e basilico ( with cherry tomatoes and basil) and we both had salad with lettuce, cucumbers ...
... to take the limo and it was one of the funnest parts of the whole day. Our driver had music blasting and the top was down and we were winding through the mountains of one of the prettiest places I have ever been. We were singing and laughing, who would have thought a taxi could be so much fun? We took the ferry back to Sorrento and got dinner in the city center at Pizzeria Aurora and all of our dishes were great even though none of us ordered pizza. From ...
... given plenty of close up opportunities for some great pics of the natural wonders. Unfortunately for us the Blue Grotto was a bucket list must that we just didn't get to do. The line for the blue grotto was at least 3 hours long and our tour just couldn't allow for that wait. The upside was our captain promised us that he knew of another blue grotto that he would show us on our return to Positano, so all was not a complete loss.
As we ...
... down a treat. Anya then flew back to the UK while I carried on for a few more days. Pompeii had fascinated me since learning about it at school and finally I was able to visit. The modern day small town itself was a bit rough around the edges but I was here to see the ancient ruins. In AD 79, Mount Visuvious violently erupted and destroyed the Roman town of Pompeii within minutes not from the lava but from 6 metres of ash, preserving the town in a moment ...