Rivage Hotel

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

    East Bum Fuck

    A travel blog entry by alyssa2012italy on Oct 16, 2012

    251 photos

    ... to the castle d' ovo and kept walking along the coast to the Pizza Vittoria and the Communle (it's a park) We walked through a big glass gazebo in the park and grabbed lunch at Pizza Margherita. I had an anti pasta meat plate with a REAL ball of mozzarella! Chris got a pizza, his first Napoleon. It was prosciutto and an awesome cheese. It was super greasy so it was all over his chin! We ...

    The Amazing Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by jasaunderss on Sep 05, 2011

    1 comment

    ... are few and far between. I am walking every chance I get.  Went out is evening in search of something for dinner. Most of the group went to a dinner show, but I wasn't interested. I walked till I was approached by one of the folks whose job it is to snatch tourists off the street and entice them to sit at a table and eat. He was funny and charming so I just went with it. I had a Neopolitan pizza with green olives, cheese, mushrooms and prosciutto and, of course ...

    Atrani, Amalfi, Positano

    A travel blog entry by tommays on Sep 23, 2010

    26 photos

    ... side. There are various folk stories about how Positano became the name of this place. These include Romans fleeing the barbarians, the namesake of the mythological God Posiedon, and a miracle of the Mother Mary.

    The Greeks and Poenicians stopped in Positano on their trading excursions. During the height of Rome’s power Tiberius (Emperor) came here rather than Capri the more common retreat of the Roman aristocracy.

    Amalfi Coast: Beaches, Boats, and B.O.-mobiles

    A travel blog entry by caranesca on Oct 03, 2009

    2 comments, 45 photos

    ... ocean views, no matter where you are. It definitely tops my list of favorite small towns across the world (Htown still wins, though).

    Because it was a little rainy on Friday, we just wandered around, looked at some coral jewelry, ate some gelato, and took some pictures on a dock by the beach. We went to dinner that night at a place in the center of Sorrento, and then turned in fairly early because we had been up since 5 a.m. and wanted ...

    Torna a Sorrento

    A travel blog entry by jennil507 on May 13, 2008

    72 photos

    ... was - even some of the artwork on the walls is still there! There's a shopping quarter, residential district, park, stadium, theater - everything! And the coolest part of all: They have on display some of the actual bodies of the people trapped in Pompeii at the time of the eruption, mummified by the ash in the exact position they were in at the time. WAY cool. We spent that evening in the town of Sorrento, which was ...