Hotel Tritone Wellness Center
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... in one day. My body was tired and my feet felt broken. So instead, one of the other pilgrims suggested I stop with the rest of the group that I was walking with that day, rest and plan for a delicious "pulpo" dinner in one of Melide's famous restaurants... and so I stopped and took a break. Because my "brakes = feet" were broken after miles of walking, I took his advice and enjoyed that evening in the company ...
... of the villa, Axel Munte, decided to build there, he found an old chapel to Saint Michael and so took the name. He was a doctor, and during his time he acted with great courage and dedication and was held in the highest esteem by the people of Italy. He was a writer, philanthropist and animal lover, all of which feature in the story of his life. Today, some of the things he did would be declared cultural vandalism, but removing lots of bits of Roman material from Pompeii ...
... island I have ever seen. Besides the harbor all of it's shores are steep, rocky cliffs. When we arrived we took another boat ride all the way around the island. Staring up the cliffs was breathtaking. I coukd have watched the waves crash into the rocky shores all day. They showed us the various grottos. To my understanding a grotto is a cave into a cluff where water flows. Have you ever heard of the Blue Grotto? Well it's one of the 7 natural wonders of the world and it's on ...
... had a choice of standing on that bus or waiting for the next bus at 9.15. We decided to wait for the next bus but it just didn't come. We waited for the next bus for half an hour but it still didn't arrive. At 9.45 one a driver from not her bus said they cancelled the busses and the next one would be at 10.00. After finally catching the 10.00 bus which amazingly was on time we set off to Amalfi. We got good seats ...
... few minutes to take it in, still not long enough... Scramble onto the boat and then away we go.
We head to Sorrento now, but pause off the north side of the island looking at the Marina Grande, for watermelon. So very very juicy.
As we cruise back we stop for those needing to swim, at the Roman ruins off the coast at Sorrento and bob around until I am feeling the 'mal de mere' again. Tomorrow I wish to see these ruins up close...