Hotel Santa Lucia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a bit wrecked. So much for an easy day.
We relax but are all starved so we plan to go out early for dinner. At about 6.00, very early for these parts) we head down to the square. We plan to go to our favourite one for the week and it is unanimously Bar Antares. We enjoy our meal and have fun with Marcello the owner/waiter again. We all head home pretty tired.
A great way to end our time on the Amalfi Coast!!
... than planned. Once there Dianne sees the sheer number of souvenir shops and temporarily breaks down. It is only a temporary thing though as she steels herself. She has money to spend and she will spend it! The alleyways and narrow streets of Sorrento beckon so away we go.
Two streets and innumerable shops later, the purchases mount. I had assured our crew that the best place to buy a lot of things was Sorrento and they see it is now true. Even ...
... swim and head back over the road quite happy.
We have dinner at a small family run restaurant La Ricetta, which proves to be really nice. The owner/chef makes herself known and speaks English so makes something special for the kids. Great desserts too, we really enjoy our meal and Dianne gets to taste Limoncello for the first time. An instant fan!
All in all, another good travel day with little problem however the roads here will prove to be a real challenge for ...
... other product of note is wine.... produced in local cellars obtained from vineyards located on rocky mountain slopes above the sea...we enjoyed a local white with lunch!
We then visited the Villa Cimbrone, which consists of a main building, now a hotel, and six hectares of magnificent parklands and gardens, developed at the end of the nineteenth century by an Englsih ...
... Vesuvius. We had a fun ride through the streets of Pompei, Rhys had a run in with a dog, which he ended up kicking to stop it from barking/biting him. We thought we were heading in the right direction until we came to a large steel gate stopping us from going any higher, very annoyed Rhys turned around and went into a car park which was selling tickets to go up Mt Vesuvius in a unimog. Rhys asked the man where the road up Mt Vesuvius was and was informed you could not drive ...