Rivage Hotel

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

      Roma

      A travel blog entry by erinlisagk on Apr 22, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... crowds. We waited 45 minutes in St. Peter's Square to get into St. Peter's Basilica. It was so cool to be there but the ridiculous crowds kind of ruined the prettiness. It was a Saturday morning so perhaps not the best time to go, but I'm still glad I saw it. Again, Lisa and I are coming back to Rome and my parents have already organized a tour inside the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel. Amanda really wanted to go inside to see the ...

      A day in Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on May 13, 2012

      3 photos

      ... to the pool, but the clouds came over pretty quickly and we had to make a quick exit as it got cold and windy. In the evening we went to Bufilio which was one of Glyns recommendations and they also have a mozzarella shop in sorrento that we went into yesterday. Ordered a shared anti-pasti to start and it was so yummy. Had cheese, meat, sundried tomatoes, rocket and artichokes. For mains I had a buffalo bolognese which was lively but so rich. Glyn finished off with a ...

      The Beautiful Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by emilyandjann on May 28, 2010

      5 photos

      Jann here.

      We left beautiful Sicily by driving to Messina and took a short ferry back over to the main peninsula of Italy. Sicily was, simply, fun and colorful! The food has unbelievably wonderful as everything is fresh.

      The days in Sorrento were beautiful. Sorrento ...

      Vesuvius and Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by zolab on Oct 06, 2008

      15 photos

      ... not want Mt. Vesuvius to erupt when we were in the red zone (which is when you are within 3 miles of it - you will die!). Pompeii was a big Roman city on the coast. In AD 79, Mt. Vesuvius erupted and rained ash, fire, stones, and smoke down on Pompeii for three days straight and it was completely buried. People thought they would be safe in their houses or in caves, but everyone was killed. One navy commander named Pliny saw the ...

      The eerie silence on Mt Vesuvius

      A travel blog entry by elenwashere on Jul 01, 2008

      5 photos

      ... breaking before each bend in the road, it made me feel nervous and I felt as if the driver was speeding but that may not have been the case at all.



      The ground levelled out and the pine forest disappeared as we entered the ancient crater – the AD79 crater. The road was slightly elevated
      about the grey coloured lava flow (from the 1944 eruption) which ran parallel to
      the road.


      The car park ...