La Nuit Bed & Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Sorrento
Alessandro collected us from the Hotel again the next morning and drove us to the Amalfi coast. On the way we received a masterclass in Neopolitan driving.
First thing to note that Speed signs as far as the locals interpret them indicate a minimum speed, if you drive at this speed you will most likely cause motoring chaos.
Second thing to note, there are no traffic lights in Sorrento, and only one on the Amalfi Coast. That one is ...
... the sunset, an activity that my friends and I love to do. For us, it’s the perfect little adventure. It’s beautiful, and it’s worth it to watch the sun disappear below the Mediterranean Sea. My parents were not so impressed. Things I had never thought about before taking my parents here: not all of the roads have sidewalks. Italian drivers are STILL crazy. This path is literally uphill both ways. The ground ...
After not being able to book any tours on the Amalfi coast until Sunday, the decision was made to make today our visit to Pompeii. Back towards Naples on the overcrowded train we went again, chatting to an English couple for the journey. The old Roman port city became buried in 79 A.D. with volcanic ash when nearby Mt. Vesuvius erupted. The excavations show a near intact street and city layout with all ...
... beautiful as is all the artwork. On our lunch stop there were a team of pick pockets that were working the crowd, Kathy was keeping a close watch on them while I took pictures. The cafe owner came out and told them to leave. The people watching here is great. Not many Americans so we stick out. Tomorrow we are going on an all day excursion with "Jack The Driver" to Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii. He is supposed to take us to some non tourist places also. Should be a great ...
... tenders are really good and efficient. The ship did a deal with the union to allow us to use our tenders but at the last moment the union reneged so they will miss out on 600 people visiting their village.
We had the best breakfast yet this morning. The ship has it all. Smoothy bar, freshly made waffles, pancakes and eggs any way you like. We loaded up with water and head to deck 3 where you board the tenders. Each one can handle up to 60 people.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet