Belvedere Sorrento B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... filming for his next book. Train ride was great, got to see sites we'd never seen and this great band started playing great Italian tunes which really made the trip special. Toni was sitting taking in the sites when this English women stuck her face right into Toni's and said EXCUSE Me!! Shocked Toni quite a bit she wanted Toni to move over so her gigantic husband could sit dow. Really!!! Anyways he turned out to be an interesting guy, overweight senior with rotting teeth, but hey ...
... the very scenic, Cetara, Italy. Our hotel, Hotel Cetus, is built into, actually stuck, to the side of the cliff over looking the Meditterean Sea. Our room has a balcony with a view. As we type tonight, the waves of the Meditteranean sound like they are just outside! That is because they are! Buono Notte! A person could get used to this. We slept with the pair of balcony doors open and were put to sleep with the sound of the waves hitting the cliffs ...
... of love" (said cornily by our Italian guide). At each spot he would first explain about the site in Italian and then repeat in English - always gaining our attention with the most pompous British "Hello". It got old but he was humorous and provided some giggles for the group. One more night spent wandering the streets of sorrento, tasting some of the local cuisines like our first minestrone and FREE lemoncello tasting....which was basically 8 different ...
... had to be up before 7:00 am tomorrow morning. We were separated into different dorm rooms (male and female only, no mixed sex). Nathan was sharing a room with another 4 guys, while I shared a room with another 5 girls. There was only one shower between 6 girls (you can imagine what havoc that was). Almost all of the other people on the trip were American students on an exchange ...
... the fish) and she was excellent, entertaining and informative.
Our first stop inside the city was the Odeon, a small amphitheatre, beautifully preserved. It was not as large as the one in Jerash but still proportionately interesting. The complex here is amazing with so many small streets and houses still visible. We went to the house of Menander which has been roofed and reconstructed. This gave us an idea of a Roman Villa belonging to the wealthy. It has ...