Palazzo Starace Bed & Breakfast
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We were up and about early this morning (still waking at 4-5am!) and got our bags packed and organised to leave Rome for a few days. Another beautiful day – the weather has been kind to us. Around 20-23 degrees and sunny. No mention of that four letter R word!
We had a quick breakfast as soon as it was ready and grabbed a taxi to …
... would pass the time by me giving her a full body massage.
Finally we arrived in Sorrento, so glad to be out of that tin can and in the fresh air.
The main street was crowded. It was Saturday night & plenty of families enjoying the atmosphere. The kids felt like everyone was looking at us. We definitely looked like the out-of-towners with our hoodies, joggers and a marshmallow Bella bambina strapped to my chest.
... for us and Andrea's family, who were returning to the coast for the weekend. We had a beautiful evening, followed by a final dinner at La Torre, one of Andrea's favorites. I know Massa Lubrense and Villa Murat will be one of the most memorable and best weeks of the year for me. The monuments, new places, and history we're experiencing this year are incredible, but always the most important and lasting impact results from the people you share it with. And this place ...
... city has remained intact until the present day, not only as far as its buildings are concerned, but also as regards the contents inside the houses and shops, providing an absolutely fascinating picture of "daily" life.
It was truly a remarkable experience to wander through the streets where this ancient people once lived, worked and played. There were incredible examples of the ...
... the best Carpaccio we’ve ever had.
It’s hard to imagine how they built right on the cliffs as you can see on the pictures. It’s beautiful & very impressive. I thought the town was a bit rundown though & the shops that I saw just carried either the same things as the ones in Sorrento or old very generic clothes & ...