Villaggio Santa Maria
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... like Tony (as in Amalfi coast drive Tony) was driving us today Larry was so cool and relaxed. Through no fault of his we were stuck in a 40 minute line up waiting for the tunnel out of Sorrento. accidents in close quarters take time to clear. We did not know the equivalent of the 730 AM radio report for the Vancouver traffic . And anyhow there is really one main route out if you don't dip up and down along the coast. The main highway south from Sorrento toward ...
... The owner, Salvatore, was a real character, and insisted we eat lunch when we arrived at 4pm - Nuka had a gamberi pasta (Domenica eating prawns!!!!), Lia a Carbonara, Paolo Vongole and I had a Sicilia pasta - wonderful home cooked food with homemade bread out of Salvatore's pizza oven. We were instructed to report back for pizzas had 9.30pm, which we duly did, after lying down for a few hours to mentally ...
... sand. I didn't go swimming so we tried looking for shops to get some souvenirs etc. it was mainly eateries and restaurants. Don was feeling like a hamburger so we tried this modern Italian bar/cafe. Bingo they had a hamburger ( meat patty, prosciutto, tomato and lettuce with chips) I had an enormous salad and as a bonus there was beetroot. We had a bit more of a look at a store which was the first one we'd seen run by Asians. Back to Mammola ...
After a good sleep but on a very firm mattress we went to brekkie 8.30am. Antonio had a fruit pastry tart with coffee and I had tea. Again it was humorous to watch the idea of tea with milk being understood. That was our brekkie! Amazing. However after last nights meal we were so full anyway. We planned to head to the mountains in front of our accommodation after a walk around town to find Aunty Lisa's house. We followed our google map up very narrow, steep streets ...
... he rescued us. We followed behind him to our accommodation. There was no way we would have found it. The info given was an area not an exact address and even with that there was no signs saying " Sea Calabria". We settled into our big room and booked tea for 7.30pm. We realised that no one eats before 8-9pm so we were an oddity. The food was plentiful as usual and I have now developed a twitch each time I hear a kitchen door swing open as I hope they aren't bringing more food ...