Relais Diana

Address: Via Santa Maria del Toro 1, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | 1 star b&b
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This 1 star B&B, located on Via Santa Maria del Toro 1, Sorrento, is near Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), Correale di Terranova Museum, and Sedile Dominova.
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Day 4 - Sept 19 - Pompeii - Sorrento Coast

A travel blog entry by mikesusy on Sep 19, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... town too. We visited Notturno Intarsio, a handmade maker of beautiful inlaid wood items, gorgeous tables, cabinets, picture designs, etc. These were real works of art and all done by hand, not with automated machines. From Sorrento, we drove further down the Amalfi Coast, with gorgeous views. Homes are built on the scenic mountainsides, with breathtaking views of the Meditteranean. We stopped for dinner at a wonderful restaurant and later we ended ...


A travel blog entry by migs-nz on Jul 02, 2014

40 photos

You know you are near something good when there are gladiators about!
I have always wanted to go to Pompeii - and here I am. The guide cautioned us a few times to have our expectations in check... it may not be all that you expect - and so I began to wonder what I was in for.

We started in the gladiator training grounds. By the size of the rooms they had they were quite short! ...

Sorrento: Pompeii and Amalfi

A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 23, 2014

1 comment, 37 photos

... of perspective and painted trompe l'oeil to make the rooms appear larger and more elaborate then they were. This use of perspective in art disappeared with the fall of Rome and did not appear again in Europe until the Mid Renaissance some 900 years later. Amazing.

Herculaneum unlike Pompeii was a residential city, not a rough sea port. The building were larger and more elaborated, many with tow or three stories. The only building we saw in Pompeii with ...

Andiamo a Sorrento!

A travel blog entry by amcostin on Apr 19, 2014

6 photos

On Saturday we bid farewell to Fr Jo and were grateful for a lift from Fr Matteo to Termini station- it was cold, grey and wet outside, a perfect day to sit on a train! After a breakfast bagel from McDonalds at the station (yes, a bagel!), we hopped on a train to Napoli Centrale- a fairly uneventful trip passing through some pretty hilltop towns, but mostly dilapidated villas and ramshackle commission flats. Arriving in Naples ...

South to Sorrento

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on May 15, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... contempt and mild anger for their scavenging lifestyle (no problem with discrete breastfeeding either - did it with my two of course, however this was 'out -there' and kind of unnecessary - if would definitely make a few people uncomfortable).

David our Rome host said that they are scammers as the government give them big payouts due to the Romani people being disadvantaged over time etc. much like a treaty agreement. I made comment on how I ...