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- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Piano di Sorrento
... trudge on—as there’s no public transportation in these parts… I’ve got to make it to the main commuter station on the Napoli-Salerno route. 1146. Christmas Eve stuck in a Train Tunnel (Italy 123) Angri, December 24, 2011 Day 062: 7 hours, 2.9 kms, Day: 15.9 kms After crossing the freeway I reach Angri, a large town where I get off the dreary main road and into a well lit, charming old town. It looks like I just missed a party, with plastic cups ...
... after boarding in the Amalfi Coast town of Salerno, we did arrive in Catania Sicily. Sicily is the largest Island in the Mediterranean Sea and though it belongs to Italy, it is such a mix, at least from our travel experiences to these other countries, of Spain, France and Italy, with a little bit of Africa thrown in. Catania is Sicily's second largest city and we were ready to go, see and do a big city for awhile, all the while hoping to add some points on the plus side for the country of ...
... lift to the top to admire the magical views. Next we went to the take in the scene at the Blue (Azzure) Grotto which was closed due to the sea being too rough. Scenes were amazing. Next we wound our way down the mountain to Marina Piccola where we had a pasta and wine/beer while we overlooked the Mediterranean Sea, lovely lunch an improvement on the service but not up to the quality of the previous days lunch. Next we visited the town of Capri where left the taxi while ...
... shop. Rowan, Jared and I had pizza and Bhups had lasagne which he said was very good. I loved my pizza as it had prosciutto, bacon, sausage and mushroom. Afterwards we walked in the lanes and bought the boys an Italia baseball cap each. We also bought a Pompeii reconstruction book. Earlier when we were walking to the restaurant we had passed. Gelati shop and the lady there had offered the boys a free taste so they wanted to go back and try ...
Having arrived in the hustle and bustle of Naples a few days ago, Italy wasn't what I had been expecting. I realised quite quickly that what I needed was a holiday away from my holiday - crazy I know. I am now sat looking out over the harbour in Piano de Sorrento, a little town outside of Sorrento. Walk left or right for 20mins from my hotel and I am at the sea. Vespas zipping about, old and new, little Italian tuk tuk vans chugging up the hills and ...