Domus Paola Sorrento

Sorrento, Campania, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sorrento

Horror on the Circumvesuviana!

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk

5

... Took about 25 mins. I have now found a bus that runs past my door and drops me in the centre of town.

Sorrento is beautiful. There was ahuge cruise ship in port so loads of Pommy tourists. The little ancient cobbled street are full of vendors selling lace, linen and limoncello. I will go back tomorrow for a better look. From the look outs you can see back to Naples, Mt Vesuvius and the islands of Procida and ...

Jo vs the Volcano!

A travel blog entry by millys77

6

... 9 hours in my legs. I had advised Jo that the first 1000m would be easy and the last 200/300m would prove the real challenge. I was proven right on this occasion as the car had no issues making the first 1000m in record time, thanks to our driver. As we began our climb I could see Jo was wishing for a pair of trainers as I walked with ease out front and she already had stones under her toes. Jo blames me for getting her walking shoes soaked the previous day, ...

Pompeii, Napoli and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by jacquichap

17

... 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 ...

Pompeii

A travel blog entry by larissataylor

1
10

Today we had another early start for a tour of Pompeii which we booked last night. We boarded a tour bus at 8.10am and were the youngest on the bus with a bunch of oldies! Our tour guide Theresa was really good and had a lot of information and knowledge which she was able to share with us. The bus ride was good as she pointed out different things and explained them. Along the way we were able to get the full view of Mount Vesuvius and see both sides of it one where ...

Mediterranean Bliss

A travel blog entry by novaceks

3
26

... the hydrofoil from Sorrento – a short 20 minute journey. It's a spectacular trip alongside the sheer coastal cliffs and deep blue water.

Our first treat for the day was a trip out to the "Blue Grotto". This sea-cave is spectacular and at some time in the past, it was known to the ancient Romans who created a secret underwater tunnel system. To access this 'grotto’ you must board a small row-boat, and with ...

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