Address: Piazza A. Veniero - 6, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | B&B
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    Positano & Amalfi

    A travel blog entry by ddl40 on Sep 06, 2015

    Took an early City Sightseeing bus and started our day with breakfast in Positano. Took in the beautiful sights for a couple of hours and hopped back on the bus to the town of Amalfi. Lunch in Amafi. Dinner time back in Sorrento at the pier for another dinner at La trattoria d'Emilia. Followed our nightly routine doing the pasgiatta and enjoying gelato.


    A travel blog entry by ddl40 on Sep 05, 2015

    We both slept like babies last night after staying awake for 24 hours. Had breakfast at hotel, went to the deli to pick up some sandwiches for lunch and took the train to Pompeii. Arrived in Pompeii at 11:00 and didn't leave till 4:00 PM. After arriving back to our hotel, we followed a local's suggestion and went to La Trattoria d'Emilia. Lovely …


    A travel blog entry by ddl40 on Sep 07, 2015

    Took the ferry to Capri. Stopped for breakfast and instead of taking the funicular up to CapriTown we opted to take the walk uphill along the streets of Capri along with tour buses, motor scooters oh my! Walked around for a bit and then took the bus to AnaCapri where we took the chair lift up the mountain. Breathtaking! We decided to take the trail …

    Naples to Sorrento

    A travel blog entry by ddl40 on Sep 04, 2015

    Arrived at 5:30 Am in Naples. Placed our luggage in storage at Napoli Centrale and hit the streets of Naples in search for the best sfoggliatelle. Found Sfoggliatelle Mary in the Galleria Umberto and she didn't disappoint. Continued our way through the raunchy streets of Naples and arrived at the National Archeological Museum and spend about 1 1/2 …


    A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Jun 27, 2015

    ... the thing is that was our first and only day at this stay so it is very short.

    We also went to a beach, well it is not really a beach it is just scaffolding over the water with steps into the water.

    It is so weird and you also have to pay to get in.

    So we didn't go in. But it looked really cool.