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
... yesterday's seem like a stroll in the park. We caught our ferry back to Sorrento and then caught the tender vessel back to the ship. A huge day. It was nice because Leslie and Tony were on our tour today and Leslie and Max get on very well. We are having dinner tonight with Gilly, Rob, Heather and Douglas in Discoveries restaurant. Today was another wow day. The beauty and charm of Capri is mixed with a decadence which is difficult to describe. Just one incredible ...
... a big old bed and sheets and blankets straight out of the 70s. The lady that runs it was lovely and gave us a suggestion of family run restaurants we could visit for tea. After settling in it was close to 8pm and we weren't too sure if anything would be open that late in this little town on a week day. How wrong we were. We walked down to the Moonlight Restaurant. We got the last table and many people came in trying after us, well into our meals at 9pm the tables ...
... oh poor you, give me a break"... But 30 degrees with high humidity is not great for tromping around Pompeii. At least the haze broke the direct sun. Gary and I caught the 12:17 train back to Sorrento...a hot old little train that stopped many times enroute. I recovered after a shower, a beer and a nap.
Taking a trip down the cliff edge to the port in Sorrento seemed the right thing to do about 4:00 pm. You can walk ...
... very enthusiastic Italian guide, Vincenzo. He took us around the ruins of the ancient city, giving us insight into both the history of the city, the people and the process of uncovering the ruins. It was incredible how well preserved the city
is, and even paintings on the walls are still in tact. One hilarious place Vincenzo took us was to a local brothel, equipped with stone beds ...
... changing around the endings and somehow we were able to communicate. They were literally in awe. Maybe my next adventure will be teaching English to children in a different country. Who knows? So it felt like a celebrity moment, except for the fact that I was not wearing a ball gown dress and my hair was a mess from the rain, but other than that, I could have easily been mistaken for one by these children. The view from the top ...