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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Cesare Augusto Sorrento
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... He pointed out various places on our way. He told me that he walks this route everyday! He also took some photos of me, so now I have proof that I am actually here :) The hike to Nocelle told just under 2 hours.
At Nocelle there was a little kiosk bar where I stopped off for a pre-lunch beer. It was now time to walk down the 1,900 steps to Positano. It wasn't half as bad as I thought it would be, and ...
... next door to a delicious pastry shop which I took full advantage of. We decided that night we would wander the town and check it out. We picked up a bunch of antipasti goodies and a bottle of wine and took it back to our room for dinner so we could have an early night and prepare for our big day ahead of us. The next day we went on a day tour sailing the island of Capri. It was absolutely beautiful there with white ...
... From the Naples train station we had to take another train to Sorrento. Navigating through the Napoli station we were approached by numerous beggars, including a young woman with two disheveled and crying toddler and infant. The large crowd of commuters appeared quite rough. We were at our platform waiting for our train when it arrived and it was packed with passengers, with people pushing by us as we attempted to get on. We got separated. Several people on ...
... from Jax (Luis) come see us for a few days before moving on to other European locales. The summer flew by! Now that its Fall, Steph’s continued her cooking/baking quest and has even started weekly pie making the last month or so with a friend. Just canned homemade salsa with another friend and her homegrown jalepeno or serrano peppers this past weekend. This week is Halloween, in Italy it's All Saints day then Nov 1 it's the Day of the Dead ...
A slow morning organising new flights so I can collect bag and continue travels. Turned out to be fortunate that I was on internet and saw an email from Anne of annesitaly blogg..we meet her four years ago in a cafe in Assisi. She was in Napoli and recommended a guide. From ...