Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate
Waking relatively early we got our things packed and headed downstairs to the al fresco dining area to enjoy a beautiful breakfast! Monique our host had prepared a wonderful spread of fruit, with pastries and proper coffee for Andy and gf toast and tea for Emma. Sitting in the sun eating breakfast was the perfect start!
We headed up to the car via a little shop where Emma had set her heart on lamp - a carving made from the local stone - but ...
... Saturday night! I also learnt that the church bells are rung every 15 minutes so I must have slept well to only hear them at 2:00am. Maybe none of the locals have watches. I think it might be more of a chiming clock than church bells as it rings each quarter hour with the same chime and then in a different chime there is one ring at 15, two rings at 30, three rings at 45 and then on the hour it chimes the number of the ...
... walked back.
We went back to Amalfi for supper and ate in front of the Duomo, watching the locals socialize, and the children play. There is truly nothing to compare this scene with. As we were dining a police car, an ambulance, and a fire truck came down these very narrow streets within a half block from where we were dining. This seemed to draw the attention of the entire town even though it appeared to be a false ...
... 8220;How many steps.” The fewer the steps the more expensive the property. Interesting. The village way located between two mountain sides so it was called the “dark city”. A couple of people decided to have a cappuccino while the rest of us continued on to the church in the town which was quite a climb. It was lovely. The main church was very high up on the mountain and on the special occations when the ...
... that were on the train. [There’s a picture that I took out where you can see the silhouette of the man/woman I will describe shortly.]
So we walk onto this musty, crazy train with loud Dutch speaking teens and worse, sketchy older people. With every car that we walked by looking for our seat numbers on the door, we kept praying ours would be cool or best…empty. Well we’re walking by cars that smelled God awful, ...
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