Hotel Villa delle Palme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa delle Palme Positano
We had to wait a bit for a table but it was worth it. The wait was sweetened by a sparking wine waiter drink. Our waiter was extremely attentive and even deboned my fish for me. The food was wonderful. Fresh and tasty. Highly recommend.
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... trains. But what the locals were doing was punching one ticket, but squeezing a couple more people through before the barrier closed. Poor officer couldn't do anything. Ruthless people shoved us around and when it was finally our turn, we realized that our tickets could not be punched.. Asked for directions and we finally got through the accessible wheelchair door -.- Hopped on the train, wasn't as bad as expected and luckily we ...
... were just going downhill and would soon be at the road well before Positano. Back up we went, the rain had stopped so there was less water about. We headed towards the upper road but were on good concrete paths for ages. Before we reached the road we saw a map which showed us several ways down. We followed the road a short way to Montepertuso which seemed much more awake with bars open. We found the right path and headed down the zigzags of the cliff face to ...
... way. He was very good at pointing out items of interest and pulling into lookout points to take photos. After passing through the affluent seaside town of Sorrento we stopped in Positano to spend some time wandering around and to have lunch. By the time we reached Positano I was more than ready for a glass of wine! The drive along the coast was incredibly hair raising. Although not that far in terms of distance ...
... yacht and the gigantic launch moored in the bay. Slowly paddling out towards the ocean there is a mist that seems etheral and I feel engulfed by a silent magic that I'm sure anyone who's been to Positano and out on this great ocean would understand. Again I take time to just sit and take in the spectacular coastline and I wonder whether there are dolphins here. And within minutes of that thought I see slick black shapes and fins about 100m away from me and out to sea. So ...
... attached pics) I've really enjoyed this and sharing with other friends who visit. I can't forget to mention Tombola, a game played during the holidays (typically New Years Eve) that is similar to bingo, except it uses the numbers from 1 through 90. The Neopolitan version is much more colorful as each number has a meaning based on La Smurfia Napolitano. I bought my Tombola game in the San Gregorio Armeno market and love the drawings and pictures ...