Agriturismo Villa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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The Amalfi Coast, is a tourist place like everyone knows, I always start enjoying it more, when they are gone ( i dont feel like a tourist anymore) because you dont have to pay parking for the motorbike, if you know the owners of the bar, they are more relax, and bring you more snacks, the prices go down....
So when September arrived, Is when I had enjoy the most my paradise, this huge peace of land, where i actually live. Last night i went ...
... stop n go's for roadworks and kamikaze Vespa drivers swarming around, defying all the rules.
Poor Paolo did his best on 3 hours' sleep, it was literally right outside our hotel that he side-swiped a badly parked vehicle! I expected a major incident but the car had driven off by the time we had parked and made our way across the road. Later, ...
... swim off and do a couple of laps of the beach then hop out and do some crosswords on the sand. It is a nice afternoon.
After we cook some pasta at 5.30 before we then get the car out and, all dressed up, head to the meeting. We enjoy our brothers company again, although there is a current language barrier, the truth unites us all. We look forward to our last day in ...
... forth for an hour plus again we arrive safely home. We decide to cook pasta using some prawns that Dianne bought at the supermarket. I cook the pasta and sauce, add the prawns and then wonder where they have disappeared to!! They have shrunk so much, I thought I must have put them in cold water not hot! We get a laugh out of it and it’s a nice meal to end the day anyway.
Didn’t start out as planned but we can tick Sorrento off our things to do ...
... lines which is helpful. We were heading off to the Napoli Sotterranea which fortunately was a short-ish walk from Piazza Cavour station which was on our line (more good luck than good management!) This station is WAY down underground having two long escalators to reach ground level. We weren't exactly sure where the exit brought us to so kind of followed the general way we thought it was having looked on our maps on the ipad. Except for the main streets all the others (in this ...