We went here from San Giovanni rotondo to visit the cave where st. Michael appeared. There is now a church built over it. Since we arrived noon, the church was closed o we decided to take lunch first. The town is very charming with its cobbled stones, tiny pretty shops and narrow winding roads. I hope in...more
May travellers use this city as a base because of its location and convenience to travel to other cities in the region such as Positano and Capri - just a boat/ferry ride away. However I did love the city, its ambiance, architecture and a whole lot of acitivty to do like shows in the theater....more
The best dining experience we had. Other eateries recommended by taxi drivers were a rip off. We found this somewhere at the top of the hill, nothing fancy but it was really good value for money and really excellent meal!
Although some travellers who go the route of the Amalfi area just do a day trip here, we decided to sleep over to be able to go around the place longer, savor the ambiance and admire its beauty. Its truly magical and a photographers delight. I vow to go back and spend at least two nights....more
One of the major Basilicas and Rome and a favorite because the crib of Jesus is found here, I am a Marian devotee and I love the story on how the church was built. It came in a dream and the Blessed Mother said where it will snow buiild the church. It was not winter but it did snow so the church dedicated to her...more