Solofra Palace Hotel & Resorts
Travel Blogs from Solofra
"The difference between an adventure and an ordeal is your attitude" - Erin to me while debating whether to rent the boat.
I'll get to our near death experience a little further down. First, I'd like to discuss the subject of much debate on travel forums, which is whether one should visit Cinque Terre or the Amalfi Coast. I had expected to be able to write a post comparing Cinque Terre and Amalfi and identify a clear winner for anyone else who may want to visit. ...
... to Sorrento. It was then that the heavens opened up and it started pouring rain. What else is there to do but grab a beer at a cafe and get some cover. It rained heavily until we got back to Sorrento and thankfully eased up when we arrived back. We are now back at the hotel having a bit of a rest prior to dinner tonight. However as I type this there are many rumbles of thunder and it's pouring rain again. We could be doing a tour of Positano at the moment but we opted not to ...
... product demand of tens of customers. The tomato season, although just 40 days requires months of preparation from many different departments (definitely a case of the 5Ps- Perfect planning prevents poor performance) .The metal sheets for the cans must be ordered about 9 months in advance! It requires a perfect balancing act of ordering raw materials, production planning, forecasting and planning for delivery time to ensure the customer's order is ...
... that they are just there, with only some being in glass cabinets. In the Market Place, beside the Forum there were two other casts in glass display cases. Then over to the side at the back were two more skeletons on wooden trays behind wire gates. These looked like something I had seen 40 years ago when there with Mum & Dad although the ign said they were from the Bronze Age.
We followed some of the numbers on the map, heading over towards the Villa Dei ...
... road to the sea and the little fishing village below our hostel where we had dinner in a lovely restaurant built out over the water. I had seafood risotto like I've never had before and Mike, well he had something boring!
We were up the next morning and after quickly visiting the laundromat, headed off on train back to Napoli (where getting into the Italian now) as this would take us to the main train station so we could catch the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center