Agriturismo Villa Maria
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Minori 25 degrees, sunny
Monotonous sunny warm weather but hey we will take it. We plan another reasonably easy day as we pack up for tomorrow, no doubt with beach time included for Bianca and her new acquaintance.
I wander out early to get some bread and it is like meeting old friends, people in the square say buon giorno, I meet our brother again from the supermarket and the owners of restaurants we are ...
... and great views as it is a beautiful town on a beautiful day. Josh and I climb the hill a bit further for a great view of Positano and Praiano further down the coast.
All of us meeting up, we head to a cafe for lunch. It is pretty basic but located in a nice shady terrace, we use the wifi and look like an antisocial family from a magazine for a while as we each collect emails. We then chat about Positano, a nice place all agree but Bianca has her eye ...
... I have ever seen. Sure enough, he is in great form today, gesturing, leaning over the podium, beating his breast, offering heartfelt “brava”, “benessimo” and even “bella” to the commenters. They all lap it up. Amazingly it finishes on time! Entertainment at it’s best! The final song is so loud, it prompts Josh and I to analyse the singing we have heard on our trip and realise that it is something we need to work on in Camden, they really ...
... wood, stood in the same place, but this became dangerous when drunk spectators started to push over pillars on gladiators.
As the sun started to fall, we called it quits and hopped back on the train. Being in Napoli, we figured our last meal ought to be pizza. We did our homework and decided on Pizzeria Da Michele, which has been in Naples for about 140 years and is apparently "the birthplace" of pizza. Their menu consists of two ...
... There is a palace in Caserta that we wanted to see. Its called the Palazzo Reale. It was built by King Ferdiinand in the late 1700's. He wanted to build a palace that was grander the palace of Versailles in France. This place has 1750 rooms! It was huge. We walked from one end of the gardens to the other and it was over a mile one way. We next went inside ...