Hotel & Resort Sea Club Conca Azzurra
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... were lots of gardens! Many little houses had their own gardens, and there were many many big plots with these over-structure things...like tons of them! So many gardens... We hopped the tram 1 back to the port, I so desperately wanted to stop at the pizza place I had researched, pizza in Naples!! But... The boys were super hot and whiny and I just figured it would be a disaster. So I told them we would skip it, even though I was pretty bummed (******) about it. Oh well, the ...
... of sweets, jam filled croisants, cold meats and cheese. No toast in sight! We recovered our car from the underground garage after meandering through the vegetable and fish market again. All the hollering between vendors was a show in itself. Our destination today was a B&B in Pompei, supposedly a 10 minute walk to the ruins. We arrived after a short 40 minute drive to find the nicest accommodations we have encountered since we left the ...
... which was spectacular stopping at the top of the mountain and saw the view over the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius.
We had booked a hotel in Maoiri, smaller town about 15 mins around the coast from Amalfi. The first night we enjoyed the sunset on the beach over the bay, then went for dinner at one of the top rated restaurants in the towns (which was lovely). They even gave us a free glass of wine in the street while we waited for a table!
... to go and Francesco was there at 8:15 sharp. :) needless to say, the evening was amazing and the food was much lighter than lunch and again, sooooo good! They had caught and prepared (salt encrusted) a very large fish for our party. yumm!! One of Sergio's company's makes limoncello (Villa Massa). Yumm! Just a few sips at the end of dinner. Excellent way to finish the meal. After, we went back to the hotel and talked for a while longer there. Francesco waited for me outside and then ...
... that looks down upon Praiano and the sea. Just when I felt my heart had reached zone 5, I passed an old man, at least in his 70’s, ambling down with a scythe, obviously returning home after working in an olive grove all day. Stairs are a way of life here – no need for a stair master! I wonder what happens to people with bad knees? I bet there is lots of work for the Orthopods!
On the way to Rome we stopped off at Pompeii for a bucket ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed