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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Woke early to a beautiful warm sunny day. Had a walk to the port then a fabulous breakfast with the view over the bay. Derek then went on a two hour walk to an old Roman villa with Neil. Beautiful setting with its own grotto. The walk was interesting in that they had to use the narrow road and there are crazy drivers around here. I caught up on washing then went shopping. Got a couple of linen tops then went looking for a ...
A bus ride for around 40 minutes to the hilly area of Sorrento. Our bus went through three mountain tunnels, (one went for around 6kms underground) and two other shorter ones. Up a very windy 'two way' mountain with little room to manoeuvre for the bus drivers; particularly buses coming head on. Good communication between drivers was noted and the courtesy something we are not accustomed to for driver behaviour. We made it to the top ...
... scenery, winding roads with plenty of 'hold your breath' moments. It tested those amongst us who get motion sick. Thank goodness Clint had a stash of ohnzucker lollies on him.We thought these drivers had a death wish and wondered how long it would take an ambulance to get in and out of there, if there was a serious accident.
I was in awe of the stone walls. Wow. How many hours had been spent building the stone bridges, barrier ...
... and the Bay of Naples. Our hotel has been upgraded to the Hilton Sorrento Palace and is up high on the hill looking straight at Mount Vesuvius across the bay. Magnificent! Most of us had happy hour on the terrace before we were taken by mini buses through the narrow streets down to the water front for dinner where we sat outside until about 10.00pm. Love Sorrento - could easily come back here for a week at ...
... was a pool on the upper level, on one of the many garden terraces that were created by Rafaelle during the restoration. The terraces were spectacular, and each had a small table and chairs for private conversations or a personal period of reflection. My favorite patio area flanked the pool, as it had unencumbered views of the Isle of Capri, the closest point from the Italian coastline to this special island. We could see the lights of Capri come on at night, creating ...