Sorrento Town Suites
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... who is under house arrest! And round the corner from the Pantheon. We went through an enormous door into the garage, the prince who lives on the higher floors has his Alfa Romeo parked in the garage. We went up to the office which doubles as David's residence in the smallest lift, just fitted the 3 of us and through the wee window in the door you could see the concrete tube the lift rides in. When we left we descended the marble staircase, down the three flights of ...
... ready to continue this relaxed way of seeing this region.
Next stop, Phillip's choice, a visit to see parchatrey objects made and sold. Antonio knew a great shop right in Sorrento. Over three floors, wood worked items, made in the traditional way. We were shown the painstaking method still used to produce items with wood inlay. Some very expensive and very, very beautiful. Again, surprises are on their way home, small items you understand. This was ...
... it wasn't a solid stream, but just bits and pieces dotting the way- but the WHOLE way! And I wondered... if we can see this much - what's in there that we can't see?
When we got back to Sorrento we walked past some of the beaches and they weren't all that appealing anyway, although Chris dipped his toes in and thought it was warmer than some of the beaches we'd been to already.
... frames smashed to the ground with every gust. We were cranky and cold and our new hotel cost twice the price. Michael's lesson was learnt - don't book... anything... at 1.00 am.
After getting settled we caught the chair lift (single chairs, you have to fly solo) up to the look out at the highest point of the Island. The views here were spectacular, gazing down at the both the towns of Capri and Anacapri and the rocky cliffs below. You can see Mount Vesuvius, Naples and ...
... organising train timetables, Segway tours in Rome as well as a Vatican and Sistine chapel tour Kerry insists we have to, I thought whizzing past on a Segway would be enough but evidently not.
We went to a local restaurant for dinner and I ordered a Southern Comfort and coke and it came in a large glass with a separate bottle of coke only problem was there was no room in the glass for the coke, oh well lucky me......at ...