Agriturismo La Serenella
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... white people on the whole beach.....everyone one else, young, old, short, tall, skinny, fat were all brown as berries. We hobbled our way, most ungraciously, across the pebbles and flopped in the water :). The water was quite cool....not what we expected of the Mediterranean Sea. We stayed on the beach for the rest of the day, working on our tan's ... not sure though that we changed even 1 millionth of a shade darker. Quite ...
... were just about lifelong friends, and in conversation, it transpired that the delightful old lady who'd initiated this was his mother!
The drive from Almalfi to Positano was a repeat of the drive from Solerno to Amalfi.
Fortunately, the Italian authorities, to their credit, have initiated a one way road system on the only road through Positano. Once you turn off the "main" road, you twist and turn every 20-30m down hairpin ...
... that I don't stand right at the edge of the terrace as when you look over the edge there's nothing there! The rain skiffs in and out so brollies go up and down. We're very pleased we made the walk out to this part of the village; most didn't make it out as they chose to sit in restaurants and eat lunch. We arrive back at the meeting point with 10 minutes to spare, grab a quick takeaway from the bakery and then we're ...
... in the Bath House. It was about this time we started trailing behind a group who had a guide. Unfortunately their guide was speaking Chinese so we didn’t know what they were saying but we could at least look at the same highlights of the ruins.
On our return from Pompeii we stopped for breakfast groceries in Minori, and because we were tired we bought some pizza opting for a relaxing evening in rather than venture out again. On the way ...
After our tour along the Amalfi Coast, we stopped to see the ancient ruins of Pompeii.
Mount Vesuvius, a volcano near the Bay of Naples in Italy, is hundreds of thousands of years old and has erupted more than 50 times. Its most famous eruption took place in the year 79 A.D., when the volcano buried the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. Two thousand people died, ...