Art Hotel Gran Paradiso
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... houses. We were kept fit traversing the many steps to our room, the breakfast room, the restaurants and to the bus which was about 20 minutes walk. When on the sight seeing tour we were not looking forward to the uphill climb from the bottom of the canyon after descending hundreds of steps. Happy to report we all made it up. A problem here is the restaurants don't open till 8pm so it is impossible to eat early. This place is unique in a different way to ...
... used to sail to these areas rob the people for everything they had. They would pillage villages each time they came. The locals learned from this by building watch towers, one at the bottom of the mountain and one at the top, so that they could send warning signals when a foreign ship was spotted heading their way. The villagers would then run into the mountains with their most precious valuables. I find this fascinating! Especially since it is SO steep. You have ...
... Sorrento. As we had the rest of the day to ourselves we had a good rest in our beautiful hotel before taking ourselves off to town where we shopped and ate a lovely pizza outside on the street. We enjoyed watching everyone go by and the streets got surprisingly busier as families ( and their dogs) came out for their Sunday dinner. We loved the relaxed, peaceful atmosphere of this place and look forward to moving on to Pompeii and Rome tomorrow. ...
... and extensive land for community use.
Many civilizations have lived at Sorrento over thousand of years. Greeks, Romans, Bizantines and Normans to name a few. Interesting that each group tended to "recycle" building materials and just modernise past structures such as roads. He pointed out the ancient Roman columns now being used to protect the edges of modern buildings in everyday locations. He also explained that the deep ...
... the Gardens of Augustus situated towards the top of the Island, from here we could see the Faraglioni rocks rising from the blue Tyrrhenian Sea. Next on the agenda was a chairlift to Monte Solaro for a breathtaking view of the beautiful blue water scattered with boats. We stopped at the cafe for a shandy taking the gorgeous view,lapping up the sunshine until it was time to catch the chairlift back ...