- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... beautifully. The town has it’s little cobblestone streets and squeeze through alleys to the houses up on the hillside where homes have to have their little terrace with grapevines overhead. And Minori has another surprise tucked away: ruins of Roman villa practically hidden underneath the city. It looks like someone was digging around in their basement and they found a beautiful Roman courtyard surrounded by arched hallways, tunnel stairways and ...
... down, Phil was sitting on the "sheer cliff drop side" and hanging on and saying his "Hail Marys".
Forget the Anglican tradition here, we called all "the troops" for help we could muster! For me, as driver, well, you know where the edge is however when another vehicle albeit a bus or large truck comes at you from the opposite direction, your instinct tells you they need more road, but there is no more road!! The slow shuffle begins, each inching ...
Wow what a day. Words can't begin to describe what we have seen today. The Amalfi Coast is stunning, gorgeous, amazing, beautiful. The photos will not do it justice. We started the morning by hopping on the hop on hop off at 10am which took us through amazing scenery. We did a loop around the bottom peninsula from Sorrento to Massa Lubrense, then Termini then Sant'Agata then back to Sorrento. This took about 1 3/4 hours and was a ...
... with the Villa we went to the Piazza for lunch. As it was Mother's Day ( and a Sunday) the locals had come out to parade and gather in the square. The people watching was entertaining!!! After lunch we hopped on the HopOn , HopOff bus back to Amalfi, then to Positano. We had dinner at a Roadside bar/resturant, Il Gaille ( little chicken) for some Sorrentine food, then back up the hill to our B & B ...
... to drink, the price was just fine with us. Yes, La Cacara in Pogerola just helped gain back some points lost at the rip-off tourist trap cafe down in Amalfi town! Back down the hill to our studio in a bit of rain and ready to call it a day. The next day we went down (or should I be saying we went down down down down) into Amalfi Town to meet up with Giulia, Michele's daughter and Mario's sister. She spoke pretty good English and was going to help us buy some fresh fish from a ...