Rivage Hotel

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

      Super Cruise Update - Messina & Naples!

      A travel blog entry by frances.bates on Oct 20, 2012

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... to the brothel (where woman have only been able to visit to view this building in the last few years due to tapu) – all along cobble streets with carriage impressions in the rock. All this with Mt Vesuvius a constant backdrop to this amazing place.

      It was hard to believe it was so old due to the remarkable condition it is in – in some places rooves have been restored to give visitors an impression of the state of the buildings, but ...

      Formula 1 driving on the Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by bottchtimms on Oct 13, 2011

      5 comments, 15 photos

      ... be going to. We eventually made it to Sorrento only to find that we had to wait for an hour to catch the Sita bus to our motel that was just out of town. Mmmmmm!! More Gelatti!!

      One thing that comes to mind at this point ...when travelling like this everything is unknown. We don't know what to do a lot of the time, we don't know what to expect....everything is a surprise and you are constantly in a state of confusion. If we were the type of people ...

      DAY 9 – NAPLES: SORRENTO & THE AMALFI COAST

      A travel blog entry by trishbullard on Sep 27, 2010

      12 photos

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      After the most picturesque drive from Naples (not the most picturesque city!), we arrived in Sorrento. We were very keen to have a look around this beautiful village, as we are going to be spending a week here after the cruise with Anna & Philip and Billy & Karen. It is absolutely gorgeous – everything you imagine a beautiful Italian town to be. Really looking forward to our time there and exploring it further, as it has a number of ...

      Mother Nature at her worst!

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Dec 28, 2009

      29 photos

      ... and although after awhile the ruins all look the same and it loses its umpf, the story is still absolutely shocking. The most fascinating thing we saw in Pompeii wre the plaster casts of the people who were buried alive by the eruptions dust which piled up to 2 meters high. You can see the pictures of them lying down covering their faces.

      One of the interesting things about Pompeii is the dogs. There are many large dogs that wander around the city, going ...

      The Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by josh.lambden on May 20, 2008

      11 photos

      ... in at a map store where they advise us it's too late for a hike, but walking up to the next town would be a nice walk anyways. So we follow this advice and take the stairs all the way up to the next town and it was a nice (but hard) walk with scenic views (and 1260 stairs which we counted on the way back down). At this point in time it's a little too late to take the bus to the other towns so we just head back to Sorrento for some supper and off to ...