Corso Italia Suites
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... had a theatre district with a pair of amphitheatres and a scaled down colosseum where gladiators performed just as in Rome. Apparently brawling in the stands at gladiatorial events was common . Once it got out of hand and spilled over into the town to such an extent that the emperor of the day banned the games in Pompei for 10 years! I even came a cross a fresco in the museum in Naples depicting that event. It sounds like the ...
... Everyone is .out tonight, very relaxed atmosphere. We stopped to watch a groom place his bride in a cop car, him wearing the police uniform, siren on they take off, we all wave. A small band played down by the cliff edge. I started dancing, then slowly the others follow en suite. Dinner w They served sicillian olives. I love them. (Peter and Jac, you got me onto these big green juicy things) Jose asked the waiter for more olives for me. The waiter ...
This evening I went out for an impromptu dinner with some of the girls I am sharing a room with. It was a very nice evening :)
As this is my last blog entry for 2014. The most important details of the holiday are:
Best pizza: Napoli
Best aperol spritz: Sorrento
Best Amalfi coast town: Positano :))))
I don't want my holiday to end!!!
Pictures to come tomorrow
... to Naples and taxi ride south to Sorrento. In Rome we visited two train stations and did eventually end up at the right one on Platform 15 ready for the most modern and fastest train to Naples. Alas the fast train was slow arriving by 60 minutes, but once it got underway did get up to 300 km an hour. Larry kept taking photos of whizzing by trees; I moved to the centre seat so I wouldn't have to see the landscape flying by ...
... amp; Napolitana for me served on a wooden board each at €4 & €5. They have very few ingredients on them but are very tasty, especially the tomato base. It felt a bit more down to earth after our past week but we are looking forward to all the ancient investigations we are going to make in the next few days.
We found one power point in the room that only took the thin plug, but one in the bathroom that took the wider one. Go figure!!