Santa Caterina Hotel
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... 3--This next part is hard to believe. You stand in this little shower sized room with no door. There is a pail of VERY cold water over your head. You grab hold of the rope and pull it so that the pail tips this VERY cold water onto you! OMG! Joanne was taking pictures and we found it hard to believe that she missed capturing "the moment" for both Jan and me. That meant that we had to do the bucket thing again. ...
... day we had a bit more of an explore before meeting Keith and Nardine for dinner. We organised to spend the next day on a hired boat checking out the coastline before creating a birthday feast for Jen – on her birthday eve. The night finished with a few drinks on our terrace overlooking the beautiful night-time ocean and the lights of Amalfi.
The next morning I was up and on the cathedral stairs at 7.30am to meet Aaron to go to the fish-mongers! This was ...
... Europe and it has surprised me.
Right on 11am the rain starts to fall and I take a photo out my window from the comfort of my bed. I figure it's cocktail time (a bit early I know but last day of my holiday and all) and ask David to order me a mai tai. It comes quickly but is not nearly as good as the last one I had down on the beach in Dubrovnik. I don't get that....how can all the same ingredients turn out so differently? Or maybe they have ...
... br> After we went to drive again and we went to a town on the side of the water called Positano.
It started to rain and we had a drink and waited for the rain and thunder went away.
We drove home and when I was writing the blog I still have the feeling I am rocking on the
boat. But I am not I am on solid ground.
... so literally no other religions exists. In the 60's it turned into a Bohemian town where a lot of writers and artists came in. The most famous of those is John Steinbeck who wrote Of Mice and Men. There isn't a bad view in the town, so it's not surprising many writers came here to get inspired. It rained the whole tour, but it gave us something fun to do with the rainy day instead of sit inside. We also met Vincenzo, her husband, who is a Sommelier ...