- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Maiori
... biscuits from the 'restaurant' so I can nibble these for the rest of the day. This morning the rep had arranged the usual gathering to tell us the delights of the tour operators excursions. When she turned up it was absolutely pi$$ing down outside and she looked soaked. I thought this would be a chance to chat about the room situation, our sink has a massive chip in it and the pool view is just about true if you looked closely enough. The rep proceeded to tell us that this ...
... for Pete and stopped in for a local wine. We took the bus back to near our B&B about mid afternoon in time for siesta. A bus driver in Positano would be the most high risk job on the planet.
Dinner tonight was here at Mamma Rosa, cooked by Rosa herself and served by Angelo. Everything was virtually from their garden, they are ...
... moglie aspetto (waits) in Amalfi and, grazie." I wanted to take his foto but he said "no." As he was walking away he caught me taking his foto and he came back and asked me if I wanted to go dancing or for a walk. Again, I said "no, grazie." Finally he moved on to sell his supply of calzinis to someone else. After he left, a gypsy came up to me with a cup for money and asked if I wanted to buy a lighter. I said, "no, grazie." Several times. She was not as friendly. As ...
... served in a cone shaped cardboard type cup. You sit in the alley on one of the few seats there if you can get one. Our order comes and it is so good. Very lightly dusted in flour and seasoned after it comes out of the fryer it is another taste sensation. It is so good that we order a different cup, this one with fish ( cod) and stuffed pumpkin flowers. We can't get ourselves to try the one with little fish we have seen other people eat, ...
... figure we’ll go ahead and explore this town, Maiori, which is tucked in between two mountains in a little bay. First we head out to the beach, where you can start to feel the Amalfi Coast magic with endless jagged cliffs peppered with terraced lemon orchards and houses clinging to the steep ledges—a beautiful blend of nature and civilization, as you can see how people have been trying to live off this rugged terrain ...