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Friendly & helpful staff, great location and excellent fixtures & appliances.
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Saturday was our first full day in Sorrento and so we decided to have a quiet day, have a look around the town and chill out....I think we both needed it after a big travel day yesterday! Sorrento is beautiful ☺ I love that you can walk everywhere and there is an old and new part of town as well as the marina to explore! We had a look in some …
... and so informative. From here we went to our hotel and checked in. Room on 1 st floor and time will tell how noisy it will be tonight. Right on a corner. Got shuttered windows and huge drapes. The windows are really tall. Room very nice. Had shower then feet up for half hour or so before evening meeting with Bishop David Moxon. David took us by cab to the Anglican Resource centre where we had a g&t and whiskey. Situated in a palace in central Rome, next door to residence ...
... the side of the road and make a beautiful display. Obviously the climate of the region suits them.
We lunched right In the middle of the piazza across from their main park where St Francis statue sits seemingly at peace with Santa on a wire reindeer....even Sorrento is entering in Cheistmas mode!
We enjoyed a beautiful meal and of course glass or two of red, ah, I wasn't driving today and then at the appointed time, there was our chauffeur and ...
... and the aid of a local fuel station attendant we discovered Michael had, in-fact, booked Hotel Loreley, on the Isle of Ischia.
What to do? We found a cafe offering free wifi, so we ordered some lunch and set to work looking for a new hotel. We couldn't get a signal so sat outside where the wind was blowing a gale and started searching while tourists strolled past wrapped in towels bought to shield them from the wind, while litter blew in every direction and restaurant ...
... soap. (Neither Kerry or myself are comfortable in confrontational situations so I hid in the balcony). We also finished off the bottle of whiskey that has been with us since Ireland; Limoncello had taken over as the liqueur of choice.
We were hoping to visit Capri today but the weather has turned windy and cold and the ferry trip out would have been more than my poor stomach could bare.
We spent a ...