Grand Hotel La Sonrisa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... or the experience of being there.
Back to Sorrento, and after more than seven miles of walking this day, we venture down, down, down to Marina Grande, a picture-perfect collection of pastel houses and brightly-hued boats, home to local fishermen who were mending their nets while we strolled by. We enjoyed freshly-caught sardines marinated in olive oil, garlic, and Sorrento's omnipresent lemon juice, as we gazed out at a sea that was ...
... states that Positano is "the coasts most picturesque town", and it surely did not disappoint. As the sun started to set, I quickly had a coke on a terrace overlooking the sea.
Feeling a tad peckish I had a gelato as I slowly walked back up to the bus stop.Time head back to Sorrento before it gets completely dark.
All being well tomorrow is a trip to ...
... Mike particularly enjoyed this part of the day :) ), we ended up back at the shop where the shop keeper knew Kitchener and made some purchases. We also enjoyed lunch in Ravello, outdoors at a cafe overlooking the church. A jazz quartet entertained us while we ate - they went from cafe to cafe, and, of course, asked for donations at the end. They were quite good though. By now, it was starting to drizzle a bit, and we were ready to hop on the bus back to Amalfi... Along ...
... into a proper ice cream freezer that you would see in a shop for 24 hours and then tested. Unsurprisingly this is also Salvatore's favourite part of the factory. For research purposes only of course, we had a little taste (huge cup) of the coconut and the cappuccino varieties. I can confirm they were delicious!
We spent Wednesday and Thursday at 2 of La Doria's other factory sites, Fisciano and Sarno. The factory at Fisciano is quite different ...
... felt a bit strange about what to do with it all. Which reminds me that in all cases, I didn't complain. Canadians really are polite. I have noticed it in other places too...like when people cut me off on the sidewalk, get annoyed easily if I don't do something perfectly, snap at the kids not to touch, or even bud ahead in lines. I say, keep up the politeness Canadians! It makes life better! I decided to get a SIM card for my iPad, so we ...