Belvedere Sorrento B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... and all the other sides of the island. There is no road around the island so you gave to go back to central points. Very narrow roads with solid fences on both sides. One area reminded us of Carmel. A house had been sold there for 10 million euro. They ceased building any more houses or hotels about 25 years ago as the island cannot support any more people. Most houses are handed down through ...
Another warm and sunny with a calm sea. We anchored off Sorrento about 8am and disembarked shortly afterwards for a day trip to the isle of Capri. Firstly we were tendered ashore. Then we boarded a fast ferry. The journey took about 45 mins. Then onto a small bus for a hair-raising journey up to Anacapri. Spectacular views - the scary part was when we passed oncoming traffic on the very narrow road. We then took the chair lift up to the 1,884 feet of ...
... that we could instead take advantage of close proximity (sort of) to Pompeii, other Amalfi towns, and an easier entry and exit from Naples, we opted to stay "in" Sorrento. Or so I thought when I booked the Villa Murat. We learned soon enough that we were nowhere near Sorrento.
My parents, in my humble opinion, are the best people in the world. And they have hosted me, Sam, the kids and our friends for many years at Ahearn Island on 31 Mile Lake in Quebec, ...
... St peters basilica. The church is impressive, very nice to see, i took a few pictures and then meet the guide on the outside again. We then went to to St peters square and had a look around, then went to a souviner shop before meeting up with the rest of the group.
After we meet up we went back to the coach, the coach was in this big underground parking area, that held many coaches, so we had to wait for him to get around the traffic ...
... was a massive traffic jam on the way where the road was particularly narrow and cars and busses in both directions were stopped. This must happen every day surely! Our driver actually had to get out and direct traffic so we could move again. At Positano it was a steep climb down through town to the water with lots of little cobbled streets/steps. After another dip to cool down we headed to a beachside bar to try some of ...