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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mary Vico Equense
The hotel staff in this hotel were amazing to us, Not only did they find us a new hotel when we turned up a day earlier but they also picked us up in Sorrento when we missed the last train.
The hotel itself was in beautiful location with beautiful views of the bay below. Our room had a nice balcony which overlooked this view so we could watch the sunset.
We had a really nice meal on the restaurants balcony on our last evening in Italy. We loved the pool area as well. Was just a spot on hotel really. It had everything we needed.
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<u>19th August</u> We had to be in Sorrento at 8am in the morning so we had to get one of the first trains to make sure we were there on time. We quickly had breakfast at the hotel before darting to the train. We were both still so ti As soon as we were on the Amalfi coast it was breathtaking. Luckily we were sat on the …
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It will be some time before I am able to return to Italy, however...I will someday. The best part was Capri for sure. Second best...Amalfi Coast/Sorrento and the Vico Equense. I believe I am a true "California/Italy Beach Girl" at heart...funny for a girl who now lives in the hot Arizona desert!
So, I say "Ciao" for now. I have loved everything about Italia......
... with a smart pace all over the city to the Vatican, Alana and I didn't pay much attention to where he was taking us as most of the time we were either in deep conversation or busy looking for signs of Phils maroon colour up ahead. Hence he had us slightly off trail a few times, never mind he'll probably delete this part ;).... (these were purposeful detours to look at other important spots...editor) Back to Antonio and Pompei, well this place ...
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The greying, middle-aged man struggled to activate the movement sensor on the tap. His uncomfortable, reddish cheeks and pale arms partially hidden by a bright short-sleeved shirt were indicative of what a stereotypical British – no, English – tourist should look like.
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