Divinahouse

Address: Francesco Saverio Gargiulo Square 15, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Francesco Saverio Gargiulo Square 15, Sorrento, is near Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), Basilica di Sant'Antonino, Bay of Naples, and Sedile Dominova.
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      Day 8

      A travel blog entry by livsteadman on Dec 14, 2014

      34 photos

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      After picking up a few bits of shopping here and there, it started to go quite dark so we headed back to the centre where we saw this huge and gorgeous tree all lit up, as well as all of the buildings and streets surrounding it all lit up and magical too. Such an amazing sight and I couldn't wipe the smile off my face.

      We headed back to the station at around 7:30pm and arrived back in our B&B at around 8:00pm just in time to have a bit ...

      Day 4 - Sept 19 - Pompeii - Sorrento Coast

      A travel blog entry by mikesusy on Sep 19, 2014

      2 comments, 32 photos

      ... with 20 feet of volcanic debris. We had some pizza and pasta in Pompeii, and then boarded the bus for a beautiful, scenic drive to Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast. The views were as lovely as seen in many pictures, but being there, more fantastic. We stopped at the charming and scenic town of Sorrento, visited the little shops, and had a taste of an after dinner liquor called limoncello made from the huge local lemons. They have many pottery shops ...

      Rome to Sorrento via Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by wendyandjohn on Aug 05, 2014

      2 photos

      ... about 7 metres of debris /ash / lava so much so that the surface was flat like nothing had ever been there (but it was all still there but buried). In about the 1700s (I think) workmen excavating for a pipeline found the old city and restoration began. At present about 65% of the city has been unearthed. They are concentrating on preserving what has been found so far instead of unearthing more. We saw frescos, takeaway shops, brothels, a typical house with a beware of the ...

      Sorrento: Pompeii and Amalfi

      A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 23, 2014

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... a new vista leaving me with a very poor vocabulary. I ran out of superlatives. I should have been speechless but I kept uttering the same inane words over and over. A day tour is not enough for the Amalfi coast, but if you have only a day and have the money available hire a private guide that is local to the area. You see so much more then you would on your own and on a bus tour. We spent a little time in Positano, Amalfi and Ravello during the day and ...

      Cute italian villages

      A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Apr 22, 2014

      2 photos

      ... bult up a cliff, the italians certainly didnt pick easy places to buikd seaside villages. great for photos though. possitano was the nicest as it was quiter but also the houses looked better kept, the houses in amalfi could definitely do with a fresh coat if paint and some love. it wasnt as sunny today but still lovely. a few years ago at conference I was madly in love with cafe eic and there gelato and tried to eat every flavour over 5 days I think I gave up at ...