Hotel Mignon Meuble
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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mignon Meuble Sorrento
Great location in middle of Sorrento. Super breakfast , clean - well appointed room. A/C, Wifi, staff all good
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My return to Rome's Termini Train Station was so much less stressful than my arrival search for the apartment. It seems I am comfortable getting around central Rome now.
I bought my ticket for the fast train to Naples where I needed to switch and get the local "Circumvesuviana" train to Sorrento. The ride to Naples cost 43 Euros and took …
... up in the middle of conversation to go get more goodies to put out. You couldn't convince them you were full, either. We always had hot tea, too. These were things that I never experienced anywhere else and continue to remain some of my fondest memories of my extended Italian family.
One by one those fascinating men and women in my life became victims of aging, and now the only person I have to learn from is my aunt. It's saddening to me. ...
We arrived on Saturday about midday and were whisked off by shuttle bus down to Sorrento. We only had time to dump our bags and so we were out for the day in only a cotton jacket. It was cold and then it rained! We did manage to find a lovely cafe in the Plaza Hotel with tv and live football. The drinks and nibbles were lovely - the match a major disappointment. Things improved when we went to the Aurora Restaurant ...
Today another early morning waking up at 6am we were going to Capri. Since our bus driver Gessepi was at home having a break we had a casual bus driver with a smaller van because the roads were narrow and windy. We got down to the port and got on the bus that would take us there to the Island, when we got in the island we met our tour guide for the day Allisandra. We walked around the lowest point of the island and ...
... on the large natural Bay or Gulf of Naples. The peninsula's arms seemingly reach out to embrace the facing Tyrrhensian Sea; Herculaneum and Pompeii are other Greek colonies on the Bay/Gulf morphed into Roman towns. Unlike her Greek neighbors, Neapolis escaped significant destruction from the 79 A.D. explosive eruption of Vesuvius, about 100,000 times more thermically energetic than the Hiroshima atomic bomb, ...