- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... growing over trellises but we realised it was likely a river coming down from the mountains as the water was rushing along. It was an ok town but we are glad we did not make it our home base. Amalfi has a much nicer ambience. We caught a bus back to Minori , about five minutes, not too much time to be scared of the ride. We both liked this town. It was very pretty with cute little houses and small little windy streets. Here we had ...
... Positano. Our hotel, Villa Rosa is an oasis of calm, like many others is Positano. Huge white lilies dominate the lobby with their scent and stoic presence. The the white tiles and traditional decor cool the soul and after three busy days in Sorrento immediate calm descends. In our room, with a glass of Prosecco in hand, sitting on our own rose covered terrace I feel like I'm home. Postiano its best at night or early morning when the day trippers leave and ...
... our pizza-to-go was a great idea, but on the train ride home we got plenty of dirty looks from our neighbours. Did it smell bad? Were they jealous? Later we found out that it’s bad manners in Italy to eat pizza with your fingers. You are meant to either fold it or eat it with a knife and fork. Whoops.
We stopped off for gelato at the restaurant next to our apartment, and then I put on the movie Angels and Demons because it features some picturesque places in ...
... fun – on the way you’ll pass the ravishing deep bay of Porto Conte – though you can also do it more cheaply under your own steam by taking a bus to the top of the cliffs, if you're up for the steep descent and re-ascent of the 654 steps that make up the Escala del Cabirol, or “goat's stairway”. The Grotta di Nettuno is visitable April daily, 10am–6pm; May–October daily, 9am–7pm; November–March daily, 10am–4pm (depending ...
... The views from Nocelle were beautiful; we could see to the Island of Capri and down into Positano. From up there you can see the curvature of the earth on the horizon. The kids did well although we were all tired at the top and needed to put our heads under the fountain :). We had a nice lunch up there and walked back to Positano. On the way down we saw Giovanni again, and he took pictures of us from his deck - he has ...