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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... of some of the sassi to form hotels and restaurants. Because the Basilicata region surrounding Matera has some of the the best agriculture in Italy, the food there was some of our favourite in Italy. The pizza was as good as Naples', the Pasta we had (Oriciette) was produced locally and was delicious and we finally found an antipasto that really belted anything we had tried before in Italy or Australia (and we've had our fair share). A pretty great last meal (although we come back to ...
... past each other. This bus trip is definitely not for the faint hearted! After about 90mins we arrived at Amalfi. After hearing reports that Amalfi was like some sort of ugly sister to Positano, I was pleasantly surprised at the quaint beauty of the little town. Centred around the basilica, the town has a cute piazza and main street filled with cafés and shops, as well as a long jetty looking ...
With only a 40 minute hydrofoil crossing its a short hop to the small Island of Capri, with apparantly amazing coastline.
If the weather is kind maybe this is todays activity
What an amazing day !! Where do I start !!!
We had another amazing breakfast in full sun on the balcony with views to Sorrento, across Naples bay and towards mount Vesuvius. A ...
... sure did seem like a good idea when we booked it; but as the German couple behind us continually shook our seats for no apparent reason on our 3rd and final leg and chatted with voices louder than trumpets I was starting to seriously question our decision making capabilities. Yet here we were! In Sorrento, Itay to celebrate our sixth wedding anniversary and take a siesta after an eventful first year with Benjamin.
We checked into our glorious ...
... they have served well in spite of the beta version flaws.
The Ferry to Sorrento is the Way to Go From Naples!
The ferry was a very pleasant way of greeting Sorrento for the first time, and while waiting for it to depart, I enjoyed a great sandwich at a Naples harbor cafe. The bread in southern Italy, in contrast to the hard, saltless Tuscan stuff, is delicioso! Somewhat like San Francisco sour dough but much tastier!
Sorrento, like ...