Villa Romana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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24 hours after leaving home, we have arrived in a wonderfully warm, if slightly frantic Amalfi! We picked up our car at 11.30 and made the 300km trip from Rome.
All was going swimmingly until we turned onto the winding, coastal road that leads from Vietri sul mare through Maiori to Minori, where we will be staying for the next 5 days.... ...
... brothers supermarket for a few things. Bianca has organised me to go swimming in the afternoon.
And so we do. It is beautiful in the water. We spend some time together and we notice a young girl swimming and her mum on shore. Bianca is a bit shy but I introduce them and they spend an hour or so playing together. They are from England but the mum was born in ...
... oblivious to it. It typifies the Italian spirit, park or lay down anywhere you want. He moves to the pedestrian crossing and does it again.
Before the drive back, we hop in to a gelato place which on value, is probably the best we have had. Dianne is upset as I have cream (panna) put on mine without cost or me asking, the lady must have felt sorry for me I guess. We walk to the station after a brief supermarket stop and head home.
... of Limoncello - lemon flavoured liqueur. Will left you know how it tastes.
Finally arrived in Sorrento. Too over travelling to try and work out the bus situation so decided on a taxi to our hotel (suspect we got ripped off). I'd been a bit apprehensive about the hotel cause it is clearly the most expensive place I have ever stayed but we wanted somewhere nice to relax for a few days before flying out and straight back to work.
We weren't ...
Italy - a word of advice. You are loosing money!! In England when I want to get on a bus I ask the man for a ticket to where I want to go and then I pay him. Also if I want to use the train there is a kiosk at the station to buy tickets. It makes sense! When I was in Rome a few years ago we got all the way across the city and back on the buses to watch England and Italy play rugby without once figuring out where to buy a ticket. And on my ...