Imperial Hotel Tramontano
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The view was beautiful.
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Please excuse use the lag in blogging; wifi problems here in Sorrento. I've been drafting entries on the notepad, and hope to post when we get to Rome.
Day 7 was a full day in Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast. Our group split today, with some going kayaking in the bay and beaching, and some going on a guided tour of …
Ciao from Sorrento!
Day 6 started out with having to say goodbye to Florence, which was keep kind of sad. There was so much more to see and do that I will have to come back.
We started our long bus ride down to Sorrento, which took most of the day, with a few rest stop breaks. At the rest stop, I learned of Kinder Bueno bars, a …
... lemon, orange, truffle...among others) and unflavored olive oils and washed it down with a sample of limoncello!
Next, Vittorio gave us a personalized tour of the city of Sorrento, stopping at the Hotel de la Syrene for another fantastic photo opportunity overlooking the resorts and beaches below. After a short drive, we stopped for a private Neapolitan pizza cooking lesson at ...
... A windy road, weaving through the villages, we were very close to the car in front. We'd borrowed maps from some friends which were useful to see where we were. The signs whizzed by and were often just for restaurants or hotels.
Termini - start of walk.
We arrived at Termini next to a viewpoint of the bay and a map of walks. Wonderful views of Capri with a hint of sunshine on it despite most of it being a little misty. We were ...
Alessandro collected us from the Hotel again the next morning and drove us to the Amalfi coast. On the way we received a masterclass in Neopolitan driving.
First thing to note that Speed signs as far as the locals interpret them indicate a minimum speed, if you drive at this speed you will most likely cause motoring chaos.
Second thing to note, there are no traffic lights in Sorrento, and only one on the Amalfi Coast. That one is ...