Schuhmann Strand Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I realised I had mistakenly placed a bidet towel on the hand towel rail....Ugghhh and oops. I will
try not to think about it...
Tomorrow- we have a cooking class on the property headed by the Countessa and we eat what we make for lunch.. Then we go to Paestrum to see ruins, and then go to see mozzarella being made- we also view the buffalo.
... Amalfi, it was not as touristy as the coast towns and you saw just as many of the locals out for an evening stroll as you saw tourists. The town was beautiful and well worth the visit, but we are glad we picked Amalfi as our base. We did not take jumpers with us and the cooler temperatures made walking around town very crisp, we intended to stay up at Ravello all evening, but after dinner we decided to head back down to Amalfi which was 5 degrees warmer to have our evening ...
... Andrea, where we got matrimonial as a couple took a few wedding pictures in front of us, a
hundred cheering American teenagers. Wandering for an hour, finding limoncello, gelato and calzone, before getting back on the boat back to Salerno, and back on the bus to Paestum for another dip in the ocean before dinner. After dinner, I think nearly the entire class headed toward a place down the street called The Mojito Bar, where we moved the outdoor tables to ...
... intarsia (wood laying) and Capodimonte porcelain. We finished our tour with gelato from Len’s favorite spot: David’s in Sorrento.
We had dinner with Doug and Patty Halvorsen of Charlotte, NC. Unfortunately, they had arrived on Monday but it was three days later and their luggage had not. They had acquired new duds but were still unhappy with the situation. I know I would be ...
... the colours suit the scheme we have so I hope they’re a good match. I had a great chat in Italian with the owner who had picked me as a foreigner but he knew I wasn’t American which is quite a big deal.
A lot of the Italians can’t pick the difference between American, English, Australia, Irish or Scottish accents which I find amazing, but then, I can only pick one or two of the different accents there are throughout Italy so I shouldn’t ...