Hotel Antica Repubblica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up to a gorgeous day in sunny Sorrento and met our driver after a lovely breakfast overlooking the Bay of Naples/Mount Vesuvius to head over to the Amafli Coast! It was a nice, leisurely drive along the vibrant southern coast. Our driver pointed out the olive trees along the way which had nets below to catch the olives (they harvest these in another week or so down south). Once we approached Amalfi the road narrowed (the only land route to the Amalfi Coast ...
... very hot sun we return to the central point where of course there are small tourist gift stalls where you can buy jewellery made out of volcanic stone from the local hills. Although we were impressed with the preserved site we felt that there were areas for improvement with the way they displayed the everyday items and the paster cast of the people. Another big day out on tour, so we return to the ship hot and exhausted and looking for a place to cool off and ...
... say I was in food heaven :-) Our time in Ischia was limited but we dine at another great restaurant for dinner which was near Aragonese Castle (medieval castle). The following morning I decided it would be worth getting up early to see the castle in day light but when I arrived at the bridge to the castle there were hundreds of male bike riders getting ready to start the 100km ischia bike race! Although I could not get a good picture of the castle it was a novelty to see the bike riders ...
... hang with the Pope and the few friends he decided to have over on Easter Sunday. We chose a notch down in terms of Easter crowds, or so we thought. So here we were, trying to board a bus in Salerno to go to Amalfi. I know Italians love their cured fish, as in sardines, but did they really have to use us bus passengers to test different ways to pack more fish into each can? Mike and I were separated by pushy rude people as we boarded the bus (yes we can handle not being side by side ...
... was 7 PM and started to get dusky. The last bus to Sorrento was leaving at 9 PM, however we decided to take the 8 o’clock’ bus, just in case. We had just enough time to tour the main square and the church there, the church was very unique. As far as the rest of the main street and a couple of side streets we looked at, there were the same types of shops and souvenirs like everywhere along the Amalfi cost. I think the best shopping is in Sorrento.