Villa Emanuela Bed & Breakfast

Via Calata Punta Capo, 12 , Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sorrento

Transition from Tourist to Tour Guide

A travel blog entry by haleycheetham


Well, my parents have come and gone, just as the calendar tells me has the halfway point of my time here in Sorrento. How is time moving so quickly? I feel as though I’ve accomplished so much in time here, yet so little at the same time.

I noticed the transition this past week. That shameless American tourist I described myself as in the first week? Well, I would use some different adjectives after two ...

Time Travel Is Possible

A travel blog entry by toddcullen


... there was a memory card in the video camera so thankfully that problem was solved. We waited out the rain with a couple from Brussels in a very small hut while eating candy Connie had given me before we left. 40 minutes later it seemed hopeless! But alas, the rain dried up and the sun came out. Game on!

Perhaps others do more research to understand what Pompeii is, but Benjamin was more interested in me chasing after ...

Pompeii, Napoli and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by jacquichap


... Interesting... Off to Pompeii... Benno is helping with this one, Matt tells me that we need a history lesson to help explain so here's the synopsis by Ben: Pompeii the town, not the emporer (or one third emporer) was established originally by the Greeks probably around the same time as Naples (Naples also a Greek colony prior to the Romans spreading to Campagna, was originally named Neopolous or in English "Newtown"). Off memory this was around 6-500 ...

Capri and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by karina.evans93


... we had bread scrolls with mushroom and capsicum and some fresh sourdough bread. The entree was baked zucchini and some other vegetables and cheese. The mains where a plate of gnocchi which a tomato sauce and penne with zucchini and light cream. The next main was a veal steak with potatoes and peas. For dessert we got to try some lemoncello which is what Sorrento is famous for they have lemons the size of a football which is crazy and the size of their ...


A travel blog entry by inhovea


... in the street. He was running after his ball into the traffic, kicking it off walls and generally having a great time. At one stage he kicked it off the wall and then into a shop - a Swarovski Crystal shop. He just popped in, retrieved it and went on his way!
We had lunch in a pizzeria - of course. Naples is the home of pizza after all. It was a nice pizza, not the best we've had, but good. The pizzas cost us 3 euros each and then we had a ...


This B&B, located on Via Calata Punta Capo, 12 , Sorrento, is near Museobottega della Tarsialignea (The museum/workshop of inlaid wood), Marina di Puolo, Punta del Capo, and Bay of Naples.
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