Hotel Villa Bellavista
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Check out the chairlift. This was built in the 60's, and still goes. Bit scary, but the views were amazing.
Everyone here likes this Limoncello. It is foul. Wendy has mine each time, and even the melon one still made me gag. Wendy has thoughts of making some at home, so this will be your only warning. If she offers you a glass at our place, you are under no obligation to have any. Please do not pour it out on our plants while she is not looking, as it will kill them.
... through steep, winding streets past charming Italian shops and restaurants. This is truly an Italian city! I would recommend it to anyone coming to Italy! For dinner we shared calamari and eggplant parmesan. Wow, was it delicious! After dinner we walked about halfway back to our hotel to a bar/restaurant with an incredible view of the city at night. We shared a carafe of wine and then turned in for the ...
... cold water. He left us for a few minutes and we soaked up the amazing view of Positano, the mountains and the sea. Angelo returned and proceeded to tell us all about the B&B and the surrounding area. When he was showing us the tv, he discovered a lizard on the satellite box. I don’t imagine it’s easy to catch a lizard but luckily after a couple of tries, it fell into a vase. He then tossed it over the balcony where it landed on a roof below with a bit of a thump. But he ...
... to go to Rome but we had time to use so Ro decided on a slight detour to Positano. We didn’t realise it at the time but we were driving the Amalfi coast and it was spectacular. We stopped to take some photos, bought some mandarins off a man with what seemed like 100’s of tiny dogs, were ripped off by said man and Lachy was attacked by a tiny dog.
We saw a lot of cars parked along the road as we approached Positano and ...
... a high cliff with a ravine caused by earthquakes thousands of years ago in the middle. In this ravine is an old water powered saw and flour mills at the bottom (dated around early 900's) - called 'Valley of the Mills' . This is really close to our hotel. Fishing is good in the area and they grow lots of olives, grapes, tomato's and lemons, including the lemoncello ones which are larger than grapefruit and look like footballs. It is a really nice ...