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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
So we checked out of our hotel in Roma and headed for the train station. We caught the 10:40 AM train to Naples and were transported to Sorrento. What a ride as our driver talked about the history of the area. Upon check in, we hit the swimming pool for a dip and relaxation. After a couple hours of enjoying the pool we headed out to the Main Street …
... s Saturday or how it looks every day. We took some time to wander the side streets with their little shops, but felt we were swimming against a tide of people, with almost everyone walking
back down into the town centre! It was like walking the streets of Sydney at peak hour, heading away from Town Hall station!
We eventually gave in to the crowds and sat down to enjoy a lunch of salad and Panini. Of course, ...
... Irish bar, where we met Joshua, the owner who happily gave us free shots of lemonchello, the popular Italian alcoholic beverage and free bruschetta on arrival. We liked Joshua as he left off a beer or two in our final bill so it was even better!! The food we had in Sorrento was very good but it was difficult to get away from pizza or pasta! Amalfi day trip: We jumped on the town bus and headed towards Amalfi. It was an unreal drive along the coast as ...
... to the bus, and made it back to the port. We caught
the Ferry back to Sorrento. That night we got the chance to go off in small
groups for dinner and see Sorrento at night. The group I was with consisted of
5 people (one being me), all of them my friends. We went out for pizza. After a
while we went back to the view. I sat their looking at the view for a bit, then
we went back to the hotel. ...
Florence in the AM is a Treat as I make my way to the Train Station on my way to Sorrento
Labor Day weekend is my last big weekend in Italy since I fly back to San Francisco this coming weekend.
So I left first thing Friday morning on my favorite high speed train: italo. walking thru town was a quiet joy--my favorite time in Florence--before either the beggars or tourists are up and just ordinary Florentines are on their way to work, setting up for the day or ...