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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... wandered the streets of Sorrento until almost midnight. What a lively place this is!! I can't really compare it to anything else. We had our first limoncello here as this is the birth place of that drink and we ended up at an English pub really only because I really had to pee. So here is a first for me. When I asked our waiter, who called us "my friends", where the bathroom was, he asked if I had to go pee pee or poo poo. I'm not sure what difference it made but my ...
... it felt like Florida with Palm trees and hot temperatures. After settling in we went out for dinner on one the small beaches. We went to a nice restaurant. We had calamari, grilled octopus, pasta, fish and some appetizers. While we ate we talked with some British traveler and shared experiences. We stayed awhile at the restaurant but had to leave just as the sun was setting to get groceries. Sorrento is beautiful and it is cool how they built houses into the rock cliff. ...
... here last week also though in another class. The teachers have all switched around also, so we have two new ones, they Re quite nice also but speak to us in Italian more... Molto difficile! After class I went for a long walk down the main road trying to burn off some gelato, pasta, and pizza calories but I think they decided to hang around anyway!
Met up with others in the class to go to the Limoncello factory, they grow their own lemons ...
We are unhappy with our room, it faces a garden wall. We cannot change it and the staff really did not give a ****, the beds are made up as singles and pushed together. The restaurant food was lovely and the hotel itself is gorgeous, although once again, it really is not our scene. Guests at the hotel are mostly English and in their 60s and 70s. But we have paid in advance for half board, which is breakfast and dinner, so we will stay for the ...
... sign of it stopping so we nixed the idea of leaving Sorrento. We didn’t want to end up soaking wet far away from our Hotel.
We just spent a relaxing day visiting & shopping in the quaint little shops & artisans workshops of Sorrento. We got lessons on how to do wood work & cameos out of shells. We stopped once in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility