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Travel Blogs from Marigliano
... matters worse we had both neglected to put on sun screen until we'd spent several hours on the open water. We were both badly sunburnt which we hadn't really noticed until we made it back to the hotel and calmed down. After a cool shower and some Aloe we headed into town for a quiet dinner. We happened to end up at a table that was inches away from another couple who sat down at the same time as us. By the time we got our drinks it felt like we were dining with them so ...
... rabbit in rustic and homely surroundings and all served with warmth and great humour. The next day we left the hotel at 10 for the drive back to Stazzo. Back home, some drinks at the Blue Bar, dinner over the road at La Conchiglia and a reasonably early night. Some Stazzo orientation for John and Sue the next day and then ... the next day the rest of the Stazzo gang of Joe and Jen, Steve and Sue arrive. Good times ahead and we'll keep you updated.
Ciao! Yesterday we drove south on the Amalfi Coast to Salerno then cut up through the hills to the A-3 highway toward Pompeii. As we were driving north you could see Mount Vesuvius, the volcano that erupted in 79 AD, that wiped out 5 towns, Pompeii being the largest. That was our destination for the day. Pompeii originated in 200 BC and was inhabited by both Greeks and Romans over the years which contributed to the architectural influences of the ...
What a last day. A leisurely get up to meet a small boat that would ferry us to a small beach restaurant- Da Adolfo. This is a small family affair with a shack for the dining area and a beach lined with deck chairs (7 euro a pop - umbrellas extra). We read and swam until 1 pm when we retired to the dining area. We shared plates of seafood, caprese salad, melted mozzarella on lemon leaves (yum), mussels and anchovies. Dessert was a plate of fruit. This was ...
... barely make it around the curves so try picturing a whale of a motor bus!
Along the route, a brief stop was made in a viewing area where in the far distance below at sea level, the small touristic village of Positano could be seen. It really stood out as well as its exclusive beach as it sat in an enclave in the hills. It was a wow factor and to think, that’s exactly where we were ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet