Casa Giulia Sorrento B&B
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... with a panoramic view across the Bay of Naples to Naples itself. There are a number of cruise ships dotted around the bay and Vesuvius is in the background. There is a slight mist which makes the view surreal. After a bit of R&R we were off out to visit a local farm perched on the side of a hill which was only 4 acres but grew lemons, olives, cherries;in fact most fruit,and also was famous for making Mozzarella Cheese. It was originally made from Buffalo milk ,however they ...
... be back again. Bill bought Sandra a lovely pearl and diamond necklace - he's soooo romantic (forgot to say we upgraded to the romantic suite too) and he presented it to her over dinner. On our return we just had to have a limoncello at the bar before bed. Sunday saw us "up Pompeii". It was fascinating. We had our own driver who dropped us off at the city. We spent three hours there and could easily have spent days the ...
... out hands on our jeans and put antibacterial liquid on our hands. However a woman who was wiping the doors of the toilets yelled at us in Italian. And we got scared. Mrs Richmond told us when we left the toilets that the lady said we were girls of filth and to ignore the old woman. We boarded the bus once again and I had to get a sick bag from the driver as the terrain was very hilly and the roads were bumpy. Much to just relief the half an ...
... walking through an ancient Greek gate we finally found this gorgeous fishing village full of waterfront restaurants and cafes. We reached the end and found Delfino and made a reservation for lunch in a couple of days.
Dinner than night was at the Foreigners Club, stuffed pumpkin flowers and schnitzel. There were good views from here, but not a lot else really. It would be nice for a drink if you were unlucky enough not to have a view in your ...
... and because it was so good are going back again. We order mussels and mozzarella on roasted lemon leaves, 2 pasta dishes, the fish of the day and a carafe of the house wine to share. It is all very good. Paul buys a carafe of the house wine for the Australian girls, 2 are police officers, which he has a soft spot for. As we leave the restaurant the waiter is delivering lemon cello to their table, a glass for themselves and a glass for us, so we join them. ...