Rivage Hotel

Via Capo 11, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Sorrento

    The Sunny Seaside

    A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Apr 10, 2012

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    ... a Japanese tour group and it seemed they understood him. More and more I'm discovering Italians who speak an Asian language to cater to tour groups.

    Back on the bus to Amalfi, this time it stops right near the docks on the water. Some shops line the beachfront, but the main artery of the place leads up and away from the Porta Marina. If you have the opportunity to make a day of this, get a map from the tourist office ...


    A travel blog entry by davidmuise on Dec 26, 2010

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    ... br> Here is a shot of Debby, God love here, doing one of her favourite things, laundry!

    More fun with Americans:
    Guide - "We are now travelling on an original Roman road."
    Amer. - "My goodness, the asphalt has held up well."


    Fantastic trip to Naples and Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by ariyo15 on Feb 02, 2009

    28 photos

    ... place. Once we got back to their apartment, Sarah and I took a quick nap before leaving for the museum, which happened to be just five minutes away (by foot)! The artifacts that were taken from Pompeii are mostly found in the museum in Naples and it's really quite something to see. Anyways, after that, we packed up our stuff and headed down to "Napoli Centrale" train station. From there we got on our train to Rome's TERMINI station and were finally headed home.

    All the way to Pompeii ... & back ... in a Ferrari

    A travel blog entry by traylertravels on Aug 30, 2008

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    ... when we had to get out or sleep the night in the ruins!) we had only done just over to of the site! But I guess we never really registered that Pompeii was a city and therefore larger than a walk through a simple museum.

    We were not really sure what to expect when we went in - I guess the silly side of us thought that everything would still look like it was covered in ash (like it was after the eruption), you know, with bodies & things ...

    O/night ferry to Palermo

    A travel blog entry by rbartorillo on Oct 04, 2006

    ... a tour getting off a bus so we figured we had better beat the crowd. It was like playing chicken w/the trucks, then we had to wait for a few to be tied down and we eventually did find an elevator (that did not work) and a set of stairs. Climbing the stairs I was surprised how nice the ship was inside. It had everything from a bar/dance club to a movie theater and several restaurants. We found our spot which was in ...