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Decided to send an email this morning to Alitalia, since they operated the flight that was meant to bring my bag to Milano Linate...big mistake to look on the web at all the traveller horror stories of what happened to luggage and their treatment at hands of Alitalia. Felt convinced I would never see my bag again..James advised more shopping which …
I must admit that I am writing this blog retrospectively as I have been busy enjoying travelling.
Today I caught the bus south around the Sorrento Peninsula to Amalfi and Positano. It should be Positano and Amalfi, but I fell asleep on the bus and missed Positano.
To be fair to either of them they are very picturesque but …
So today I have been away for one calendar month. All is good. I had a good nights kip and headed down for breakfast with the hope I could eat so much I would be able to skip lunch and last till dinner (John and the rest of the central and GIS analysis teams I hope you appreciate I have now embraced the correct meal terminology?)
After an early start and a train journey I made it to my hostel in Sorrento for around 1pm. Sorrento was hot, but it seemed that the humidity had relented.
I was a little early to check in so I headed for a sandwich and then returned. For one reason or other that I'll not go into I hadn’t had a great night’s sleep so I laid …
The breakfast was just incredible. Leftovers from last night dinner plus a selection of meats eggs
, fresh squeezed juice
The hotel as a connection with the boat owner. He took us around the island of Capri, into all the caves and dropped us off on the island for more than enough time to visit the town. Lunch provided by the B&B< …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Mami Camilla Sant'Agnello
Mami Camilla was a wondeful place to stay, the rooms were clean and bright. Although, not too cenrtal its a nice walk into town. And as for the food...fantastic! Would definately recommend to anyone planning a visit.
My sister and I spent a week (Sept 19-25) at Mami Camilla, where we had a wonderful time. We took the Italian language classes in the morning and went to the cooking classes in the evening.
When we first arrived at the Mami Camilla, we were greeted by Giuseppe, who told us that our reservation had been "upgraded". When I asked about this "upgrade", he told us that we would be staying at a completely different hotel nearby.
We love Mami!
We loved our stay here! The atmosphere is very warm and inviting. You can sit until late at the tables where you eat the dinner that Mami cooks, and enjoy chatting with the other guests. The grounds are very nice too, and you can wander and feed the horses. The rooms are also nice.
Our only complaints were:
1) It was not easy to find. We recommend you take a cab from the train station if you arrive by train. We walked by it several times and missed the small sign.
2) Their rooster woke us up all night long the first night (starting at 4am). By the second night we were more used to it (and very tired), but it was still crowing away.
Loved Loved Loved
I stayed at Mami Camillas earlier this month and it was by far the best place I stayed in all of Italy. The minute I walked in the door I was welcomed with open arms. Giuseppe and the family are so kind. They are unbeleivably accomadating and I cant thank them enough. Anything I needed or asked for they were right there to assist me. They made my trip to Italy a superb one. When they say they take you in and make you feel like part of the family they do just that. I will defnitley return to Italy again and when I do I will stay in no other place but Mami Camillas. I loved loved loved it there.
Italy with a personal touch
We spent a week at Mami Camilla in late January 2004, participated in three days of the cooking school, and made visits to a local artisan cheese factory, a vintner who produced the table wine and side trips to Pompei, Capri and the Amalfi coast. Our hosts assisted us with our travel plans. My husband and I particularly enjoyed the evening meals served family style, the food was superb, the Longo family welcoming and our fellow guests delightful. The week we attended the cooking school fellow students were amateur cooks doing the short course. A culinary school graduate arrived as we left to do the more serious 2 month course.