Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... 233;ed and strained. The best thing about his explanation was all the shots of different kinds of limoncello he gave us to go along with it! For dinner we found a family restaurant in an alley - alley restaurants are the best! This was the best meal we had out in Italy. Fresh made ravioli stuffed with gorgonzola and red snapper to start and I had swordfish sorrentini style (tomatos and pesto) and Nick had the sea bass. Of course dinner ended with complimentary shots of ...
... slowly vanished the further out of Naples we got. The people are certainly getting ready for x-mas in Sorrento. All over the weekend the streets were crowded with a real festive feel to it. Bands were playing x-mas carols, performers on stilts were strutting their stuff and market stalls were doing a good trade. We walked down to the Little Marina and from there along the waterfront to the lift to get us ...
... to three the rain would stop. Good enough! On to Pompeii we go. The wood carvings would still be there if things didn't work out.
We took the train 40 minutes away from Sorrento and talked with a couple that lived in Las Vegas. They reminded us how lucky we are to live in a city with culture (their words, not ours). Upon arrival we stepped over massive puddles to get to the entrance. I was excited about our decision ...
Ate the usual Italian breakfast of prosciutto, scrambled eggs, plain yogurt, fresh fruit, croissants and strong coffee. Haven't succumbed to the chocolate cake yet, which appears at every breakfast. Headed to the Isle of Capri. Boarded a huge boat. As some of you know, Jose and boats don't get along. This proved true once again on our short 30 minute ride to the island which seemed like 3 hours to Jose. Upon arriving on the island, we boarded a smaller ...
We walked into Sorrento to the Marina PIccolo to catch the fast boat to Capri in delightfully warm sunshine under clear skies...unbelievable for winter. Everyone here says it is very warm for this time of the year. There was a big swell despite the sunny skies so the short ride over to Capri was a little stomach churning. We caught the funicular train up to the town of Capri from the Porto and then a bus to Ana Capri where we enjoyed the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility