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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... full and hungry people waited outside. The restaurant was run by a family, the football was on, and the tea was absolutely delicious. We got bruschetta on the house, shared a half bottle of their own house wine which was delicious, got grilled vegetables cooked to perfection and then enjoyed the most lovely gnocchi and some frisbee shaped pasta with a creamy sauce of asparagus and salmon. We got dessert too and I tried my first tiramisu in Italy- it was lovely, but very ...
... to buy) eat ice cream and dip your feet into the Mediterranean ocean, drink a glass of wine and soak up the atmosphere of my new favourite town. We are staying in Pompeii which is a "rocks" throw from awful Napoli. Napoli or Naples as we call it is a very run down, ugly city. Very dirty with a high crime rate apparently, it did not impress us at all....tomorrow we are off to Pompeii and then head over to the east coast of Italy to board our ferry to ...
... gaining our attention with the most pompous British "Hello". It got old but he was humorous and provided some giggles for the group. One more night spent wandering the streets of sorrento, tasting some of the local cuisines like our first minestrone and FREE lemoncello tasting....which was basically 8 different conversations at 8 different shops of: "no I've never tried it"..."oh here, please, try some". A fitting end to our Sorrento stay was to wonder the streets the next morning, ...
... are Russian billionaires who drive up on their yachts and have a meal in the evening....
The setting was lovely, lots of bougainvillea, every color imaginable. The patio had many tiers and interesting art. The stairs down to the restrooms were glass, the kitchen had walls made of glass so you could see the chefs working. Even the ceiling in the main dining room had sharks poking out of it.
We had pumpkin soup with calamari, penne pasta with zucchini ...
... in the boat houses. They were huddled in masses, it is assumed the townspeople evacuated and were waiting to be rescued.
We arrived late in the evening to our hotel so it was a quick check out the rooms and get ready for dinner. Dinner was located in an ally with beautiful buildings, restaurants, and amazing singing! Ahh, it felt good to stand on the ground of Italy!,
The streets here are pretty much what ...