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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... one way. So everyone must use this road, which is also used for people to walk, motorbikes, buses, trucks etc. There is no footpath, just a case of watch out. If you are driving and pass where you want to go, you have to do the whole circuit again, which takes about 20 minutes. The restaurants have their tables set up on the side of the road, so if you don't pick a good table you will be swallowed in exhaust. The road is just over the width of a bus, so there is no ...
... to overflow and destroy much of the communities. Worked gardens provide for the proper maintenance of water channels to prevent out of control erosion.
Getting near Positano yesterday - after we descended what felt like our 5 thousandth step from the mountain, we came upon a narrow alleyway already in the fringes of Positano. One of those little ways where mothers, grandmothers and neighbors gather to share their days while boys mount an intense one on ...
... is the main town on this UNESCO-listed coastline, with medieval architecture, scenic seafront setting, hugging villas on the cliffs, winding alleys and steep steps. It is set in a landscape of lemon trees and olive groves with shops, cafes and is a hugely popular resort being a magnet for the visitors since decades. On walking up from the Amalfi harbour, we saw the Cathedral of Duorno di Amalfi; our first impression of the beautiful Cathedral of Duorno ...
... face. Catching up whilst walking we Found a much quieter beach and a quarter of the price to hire a chair on the beach. A quick walk back, we changed and headed back to claim a chair. Bree and Christine enjoyed a beer, Laura and I water, then a swim and I found time to nap and reflect under the shade of an umbrella. Before we knew it it was time to leave Bree to bake on the beach, we had a date in ...
... Messina Strait at around 6pm – we kept our peepers peeled as there may have been whales passing by but we didn’t see any :o(
At about 9pm we passed the Stromboli Volcano (I was VERY EXCITED ABOUT THIS) we saw it erupt in the dark about 4 times over a period of about an hour – quite a lag in eruptions and it was quite far away. Photographs were nigh impossible due to the well lit deck and the dark ocean to the volcano in ...