Villa Punta Del Sole
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We awoke at such a nice hour-8am. Enjoyed a leisurely breakfast which included a delicious cappuccino with velvety milky foam on top. We enjoyed the fresh bread and we each loved the treat of the slightly sweet donuts in the shape of a 'Q.' We decided to take a ferry to Amalfi then the local SITA bus to Ravello for lunch. Boarding the ferry in Positano was rather rocky at the dock, a challenge for Kristin and I with queasiness. She quickly learned ...
... much comfort. The road has been widened to accommodate two lanes (one lane each way) however as cars park on the side of the road (so close to the wall that any passenger would have to climb out the driver side to get out) usually there is only enough room for one car to pass. Quite often one car will have to reverse to a wider spot - even then passing each other is to within centimetres of each other on the edge of the cliff. Sitting on a bus looking down is not for ...
... just below the water line, White because of the colour of the limestone rocks, and Green because of the crystal salts and the sun reflections in the water. Unfortunately the Blue (famous) grotto was closed due to the bad water conditions. There is no way you could have gotten a little boat in there today with the waves crashing against the rocks there.
Next stop was the port of Capri. There were lots of waves so we were holding onto each other trying to help everyone off. We ...
... floating ideal in the sea. Our favourite coastal drive has been the stretch from Hermanus to Cape Town in South Africa but this was running a very close second. We got off the bus at Positano on top of the hill and walked the winding path down to the water. The sun was belting down on our backs so we made for the pebbly beach for a refreshing swim. With the water a bit calmer than yesterday the tour boats to the Grottos were operating. We booked in for a two hour ...
... also considered the most deadliest active volcano, because if it erupts it has the potential of effecting more than 3,000,000 people.
Normally, this hike would not have been very bad. It was about a 45 degree vertical which wound its way up the volcano to the top; however, it was covered in the smallest, loosest stone imaginable. This meant that every step taken slid back another half of a step. Regardless, Dilyara and I trekked on.
We decided to ...