Sorrento Town Suites
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... Sorrento is not very big and is a huge UK hotspot. There are English and Irish pubs everywhere. We wandered around Sorrento and the first store we stopped at was the Limoncello store. Limoncello is from Sorrento. I'd never had any before and held off anywhere else in Italy until we arrived in Sorrento. The guy at the store explained to us how it was made; just the rind of the lemon (no white peel) is skinned from the lemons and then the rind is soaked in alcohol ...
... the town, armed with our audio guides - this seemed better than a tour guide taking us on their set route and we could just explore. We have taken loads of photos and some of these show who easily I could have fitted into roman life back then. It reminds me of how easily I blended in when we visited Kenya. After a quick lunch, pizza naturally, we headed off to the coach to scale Vesuvius. It took about 20 minutes from the station by car to reach it. During ...
... nightly entertainment.
The evening was spent uploading photos and writing in our travel log. Too full for another meal, so a little snack of nuts was just perfect.
Monday, Sept 16
Today we took an Italian cooking class in a private home,"Villa Ida", preparing typical regional dishes based on produce in season. The Villa and grounds have been owned by the family for over 300 years. The actual Villa is now several apartments for ...
... for the hour drive to Sorrento. Paolo was well set in his minibus with an iPad holder on which he demonstrated the local sights whilst negotiating traffic. Naples is a city of over a million people all living in the shadow of Mt Vesuvius. It is a dominating site with its lava flow bareness to the alternate areas of vegetation from the any umbrella pines that dotted area. Despite the red zone being declared off limits it contains some of ...
... go around a portion of the island. The scenery was fantastic with the amazing sheer cliffs and dazzling colors in the water due to the combination of sun, water, and limestone. Unfortunately, Jose didn't get the full experience as his head was down in misery for most of the time occasionally feeding the fish. Back in the town of Capri, we began our land tour by taking a wild and crazy drive to the town of Anacapri. There, we took a 15 minute ...