Capo La Gala Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... was made famous by Charles II of Naples who built a castle on the site. Around 20,000 inhabitants live in the town.
After settling into our quaint, family run hotel, we all took in the breathtaking view before coming up with alternative plans, since Vesuvius, disappointingly, was out of the question. The answer was some down time in Sorrento. This major tourist hub in the region, triples in size during the summer, however, during our visit, the town was quiet, giving us a ...
... in 1944, so we are hopeful it will hold on ...
... start. There are no starting gates….just a rope across the starting line that the horses must line up to. Imagine…45 minutes of jostling, positioning, horses kicking and biting each other…not to mention what the barbareri do to each other when the officials are not looking! It was crazy!
I have watched many horse races and NEVER have I seen anything like this. For two minutes, it was by far the most amazing thing ...
... here at the hotel, cappuccino, espresso and a croissant. Espresso is SO good. I need to get an espresso machine when I get home.
I decided to proceed with my plan to take the bus to Sorrento....about a 1.5 hour bus ride. When I have taken buses before, it was always from a bus station. There is a bus stop right outside my hotel at the top of the hill. I REALLY did not want to walk down the "insane hill" (my new name for the walk to Amalfi ...
... which I loved; cool and refreshing. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves doing nothing for a few hours before seeking out dinner. We ate at Inn Bufalito, which specializes in buffalo products (like buffalo mozzarella or salami), but has many other delicious things to try. Sukh had a particularly tasty grilled Argentinian t-bone steak with potatoes and I had a yummy pasta (fusilli with buffalo ricotta, sausage and yellow zucchini). Yet another delicious meal in Italy to finish off our ...