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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... bad weather earlier in the day all the pay beaches weren't set up so we had the whole beach to ourself. After some time we were joined by some more next friends from our hostel, one from North Van, 2 from Sweden and a guy from Oklahoma. After beach time it was time to get our cheap grocery store dinner and cheap wine for sunset watching. The sunset started off with little promise due to clouds but came to be a beauty. I stayed up far far too late performing my fav ...
... visit to Positano, thinking of Mandy and Ravil's special time here. After we walked to to the bottom of the hill and saw the sea, we went back to the cathedral to have a look. There was a wedding taking place and so we waited until they had left the church before going I for a good look. Very messy, although to be fair, they were having some reconstruction work done and maybe some things had to be moved. Then slowly wended our way back up the hill to meet the buses ...
... Antonio was at the wheel.
We leave the Amalfi Coast and as we descend we enter the Bay of Naples with Sorrento at the base and Naples beyond. Sorrento is a very large city, only smaller than Naples but larger than both Positano and Amalfi.
It is a beautiful city, has newer sections, similar to any city, however there is "the traditional section", now familiar and more enjoyable to us so Antonio after giving us our bearings and a suggest ...
Our next stop is Pompeii, where we will have a walking tour or what Antonella calls a cultural death march. This was not one that was at the top of my list but as it turns out it was totally fascinating! We met our local guide Vincenzo, who was fantastico. Just the right amount of fact and humor. It’s amazing that so much of this city has been uncovered in such good condition 2000 years after Mt. Vesuvius erupted and destroyed ...
Well hello there, reader. How the jolly well are you? Good? Splendid! Let me tell you a little about today's excursion. For us, reader it was back on the road today after our rest yesterday, two hours down the coast to be precise. Even though we have visited various amazing historical sites on our journey, we had one important on on our list: Paestum! Now the reason that Paestum Is so important is that it is actually the Ancient Greek city of Poseidonia. As such this means ...