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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and for most of the afternoon they adorned our balcony ... the place looked almost Chinese for a while!) We do seem to have our "toilet" experiences this trip. Last evening - in a weird set up where our desired dining location "Collina" appeared to get it's orders from various places around town, ie the pizza came from across the road, the beers appeared to come from the local bottle shop and the mains came from the bakery ...
... past the Marina Piccolo, around to the Grotto Azzura. Watching the activity of boats jostling for position was entertainment in itself. We passed Tiberius' leap where legend has it he threw his enemies from the cliff and some say was where he leapt to his own death... Finally onto Marina Grande where we disembarked for 4 hours free time on the island. Rick and I and a Kiwi couple caught the bus up ...
... of the cathedral really comes as a surprise after walking all the back streets which are rustic to say the least. It's got a very old feel about it. The cars are old, the houses a bit run down, we even saw a donkey carrying a cement mixer!! All of this added to the charm. We then walked to the beach and down the little pier before taking the bus back to Sorrento. Sorrento was also very pretty. It's perched high above the bay of Naples so the views are ...
... down to Positano beach for a gelato. As they got off the bus back to the villa, Rena and Rob got on the same bus, heading for the beach for a drink, some time to themselves and to book our evening meal. We joined them having cocktails about an hour later.
We had our last meal in Positano at La Tre Sorelle (The Three Sisters) right on the beach. It was a fantastic meal and all six of us struggled with very full stomachs, followed by a 500m uphill climb to the bus ...
... were dimmed and the water was glowing bright bright blue. It was so clear and the sun shining through the tiny gap was so minimal that the oars and boats were black silhouettes in the water. It felt like we had entered a secret chamber where there was a neo blue light shining up from the bottom, could this be real? It was magical, but oh so brief, as after a quick tour around our Captain started singing opera (which echoed terribly in the cave) and we were making ...