Hotel Locanda Costa Diva
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... I have to go on one-time dates with dickweeds that make me pay (true story, still annoyed, sympathy comments welcome) and I am like a freaking buffee to the mosquito community (again, still annoyed, sympathy comments welcome, feel free to add hashtags. Eg. #stopobjectifyinglaurasblood #getofflaura #laurasdeliciousness2015. Or be creative). Anyway, we finished off the day sharing a bottle of wine and a light dinner. Bed was welcomed at the end of the ...
... not understand. Linda was in the bathroom, plucking her eyebrows, when the first explosion went off followed by a number of others. I believe she did say something like "strewth what was that" or words to that effect. Bev thought we were under attack and ran inside. The guys in the yard were doing the pyrotechnics for the celebrations and they let them off right beside the villa. Well, we all certainly had ...
... the water. It is quite a walk, physically and visually. Being so high up, everywhere we go is stairs and steep roads. And at every turn, you see the magnificent, blue Tyrrhenian Sea. I know I have said it before, but I marvel at the elderly folk of these towns and how they manage to negotiate the very steepness of their environment. Slow and steady, that's how they walk. We passed so many of the elderly this morning on our walk down to beach, and every one of them ...
... scores. It seems there is something to celebrate in Praiano tonight because the locals have set up long tables in the piazza below us and they are enjoying a spit roast together! Community spirit is alive and well here. They have just started to eat at is 10.15pm. Tomorrow we think we will take a ferry from Positano to the Isle of Capri to check out the Villa of Tiberius - apparently it is very beautiful. See how we feel ...
... dressed in olive oil. The sciatelli with seafood was one of the best pasta dishes we ate during our 2-week vacation in Rome, Naples and the Amalfi Coast. The fresh home-made pasta had a gorgeous chewy texture - the clams, mussels with the sweetest tomatoes added an incredible unami to the sauce. Another beautiful pasta dish is the bucatini with clams and pumpkin. A weird combination? You will be convinced when you taste the sauce.