Hotel Club Sabbiadoro
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Kids pool
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Battipaglia
... HOT.... And we are in a weather delay ( due to swells ). Oh well. Jacques has just come back from town, and says it is very hot, and the people make it impossible to move.... It is Saturday, and all of Naples (and Rome, also) comes here for the weekend. Our two bunkmates have left, so Milena is open to catch whatever puff of air happens to be in the neighborhood. I went below, back into my refrigerated cabin, lovingly known as "Robin's refrigerator", and ...
Today we travelled to Capri Island by boat. It is a very picturesque island and I can appreciate why it is considered one of the jewels of the Mediterranean. Capri Island has been a favourite holiday location for over 2000 years for the rich Romans and Italians since 29BC when it was visited by Emperor Augustus who spent much leisure time there apparently. Our visit started with a trip up to the top of the island, Monte Solaro. The roads are very narrow and windy and it was adventure ...
... for equipment calibration, pest control and cleaning.
Every evening we visit the restaurant across the road from our bed and breakfast, where we are treated to local delicacies- one of our favourites so far is mozzarella, which is light, soft and creamy and produced locally. I'm quite well known for my healthy appetite but I feel like I am being defeated by some of the Italian meals- plates of antipasti and bread followed by a ...
... active volcano, although there is some steam vents and sulphur rising from it. We take in the view and a few photos before heading back down to jump on our bus before it leaves without us. The next stop is for lunch at a Naples pizzeria for some authentic Naples pizza which is simple but delicious and refuels us for our next trek which will be a 2 hour escorted tour around Naples for our little group. So for a history lesson, ...
... to "shut down" by mid November, hibernate through the winter, and wake up when tourists hit them again in March!
Sorrento is well known for it's inlaid wood work and we paid a visit to a museum that showcased this art. While the intricate work is quite beautiful, we found that all the shops were stuck for years creating the same patterns over and over again. ...