- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Faraone Cercola
Travel Blogs from Cercola
... right there in the station—I guess “reaching out” to the next generation which no longer feels the appeal of boring church masses… This is something I would expect to see in the USA where all kinds of strategies are used to make religion a bit more “hip” for the next generation… but not here in Italy—interesting sight though. And with that, I head back to Napoli where I enjoy a very well deserved, warm night’s ...
... and am also pretty sure I saw Santa Claus in a Speedo (you're welcome). Oh, and Naples is pronounced "nipples". My inner 12 year old boy giggled endlessly on our tour. The Amalfi Coastline is stunning. Driving the Amalfi Coastline is too. I think ten years got shaved off my life yesterday. If you ever played the video games Crazy Taxi or Fogger, it was like a live hybrid version. But once I forced myself to release the death grip on the door handle and ...
... plate and a salad for our dinner on the patio.
Monday morning we had a driver take us on a nine hour drive to visit Positano.. Amalfi...and Ravello. Our guide, Stephanie, was great. She took us to a family-owned restaurant for lunch on the hill above Positiano where we ate a four course Italian 'lunch'...deliciouso!!!!
Tuesday, we took a hydrofoil to the Isle of Capri. Megan hiked ...
... the ruins, managing to get just a light shower of rain (the weather forecast for today was **** which was prompted us to do this tour). While amongst the ruins, Louis bumped into a couple of kids from Mount Players (the theatre group LJ and Ally go to at Mount Macedon). Lunch was at a prearranged restaurant; the standard fair of pizza, pasta or a meat dish, salad, drinks etc. We met a great couple from 'Fawkner' who were sitting on our ...
... Pompeii. When we decided we wanted to make our way to Caecillius' home, Mark lead me straight there like he'd visited a hundred times. We were able to find the exact house thanks to some modern plaques on the ruined walls. Looking through the gate, we had a rare opportunity to know actual stories that took place in that same house.
We continued on through the narrow streets stopping at different homes along the way, finally making it to ...