Rivage Hotel

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


    A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour on Apr 29, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... discovery, however, much of the marble was reused churches and other civic buildings of the 18th century, and we are left to fill in the gaps. We travel through an archway, where to one side sit piles of amphora, vessels that in any other museum would be under glass. Here, in Pompei, there is a sense that the finds vastly outnumber the custodians. As we prepare to leave for the journey home, we stop briefly at one of the most touching sights of Pompei. As the ash settled during ...

    Stumbling in Sorrento

    A travel blog entry by daveandlaureng on May 31, 2012

    1 photo

    ... to Anacapri (basically at the top of the Mountain). Once in Anacapri, we had to wait some more to get to the Blue Grotto and once there we waited some more to enter the Blue Grotto....This day became known as "waiting day"...the only exception to this was when we finally got to go inside the blue grotto, we were out of there before we knew it...The quickest 30 euro spent to date. It was beautiful however, and ...

    Steve says hi from Herculeum

    A travel blog entry by psychcnsf on May 12, 2011

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... drains. The deep marble hot tubs could hold up to a dozen people at once. When Mount Vesuvius blew and created this destruction....the town was still being rebuilt from a massive earthquake that took place 13 years prior in 63 A.D. Herculaneum, unlike Pompeii had underground sewer systems...and only 2/3 of the site has been excavated to date because people are living in a modern city on top of the destroyed city ...

    Going down stairs and lazing on chairs

    A travel blog entry by sandgroper on Jun 16, 2010

    7 photos

    ... ride with a glass of water on the hostel's stunning terrace, with beautiful views out over the ocean.
    Once I had hydrated and recovered from the journey, I decided it was time to hit the beach and check out the cute little town that is Positano.
    Here began my 2 day battle with the thousands of stairs that provide a 'handy' link between the tops of the island and the beach. Going down was no big deal, quite enjoyable in fact - weaving between houses ...


    A travel blog entry by steve.brine on May 03, 2008

    1 photo

    ... cooked for too many people' he hands you a map, talks about the sites, history and where not to go. He reassures you that 90% of murders in Naples are mafira related and that Bolonga to the North is much more violent. The city itself was interesting, but only for a couple of days. Nearby Pompeii was free for me as I was carrying the Campagnia Artecard and for that, I'm glad. It too was interesting but not overwhelming as I'd expected and wouldn't scoffed at having to pay the 20 ...