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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... I’ve now become knowledgeable enough about the town to show my parents a different section of Sorrento each night, recommend the best eateries in town, and only make one or two mistakes in my tour-guiding along the way.
The first night we came back from Florence, for example, I showed them to their hotel- a lovely B&B in which they raved about the croissant and eggs for breakfast each morning- we had ...
... with no umbrella, I sheltered with a few other people against the side of shop with a very small overhang, and once it subsided set off to buy myself a new umbrella.
I continued wondering around the streets and ended up buying a new pair of boots (to replace the boots that Rome Ruined…) I had a lovely pastry for lunch and then headed back to the hostel, this time by train.
As the weather was horrendous I spent the afternoon in the hostel doing laundry ...
... for the station. Jo would like to add here that as most of you know I am a legend for putting things off. However on the day when it is torrential rain I decided not to put off hunting for the station until a drier time, hence Jo's lack of dry sensible shoes! *comments added under duress* On our climb I was imagining the fantastic views across to Sorrento from the summit, almost a reverse of what we can see from the harbour. When we eventually reached the ...
... ship home for us.
Even though we had the same view on the ride back to Sorrento, it looked so different in the late afternoon sun. We were so glad we didn't make this harrowing drive ourselves, was much more pleasant to leave the driving to Michael, who had been a professional bus driver for 27 years. At one point on the drive, a large bus decided it could not make the hairpin turns when another bus came for the opposite direction. He decided to ...
Yesterday was our last day in Florence. We started by having coffee and tea at the stand up bar in a little cafe. Then made our way to the train station where we caught the train out to Pisa to of course see the famous Leaning Tower! We thought we may as well go check it out while we were in Florence! Took about an hour to get out there and a little walk from the train station. Quite obvious once your there because of all the people ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed