Hotel Johanna Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Johanna Park Sorrento
will do my full review on trip advisor later, but just wanted to note, right here, right now..... that we have the most amazing views from our balcony here..... Isle of Capri to the left, Bay of Naples ahead and Mt. Vesuvius to the right... I love it.
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Another early morning with breakfast in the hotel's dining room. Eggs, sausages, meats, cheeses, homemade pastries and jellies and all kinds of fruits and juices. We drive to the dock in Sorrento listening (and singing) to some familiar Italian music like 'Volare’ and Dino singing ‘That’s Amore’. People in Sorrento are …
Arrivedercci Roma. Another early morning start. Luggage outside the door at 6:45 and on the bus at 7:45. Heading south to Pompeii which is about a 3 hour trip. Cloudy and overcast, but not raining. Antonella tells us interesting stories about living in Italy, which is only about the size of Arizona, according to her. Space here is very limited so …
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Duomo, the Cathedral of Amalfi. The crowds were very enthusiastic,
especially when the doves were released. In our further explorations
into the old streets of Amalfi we came upon another wedding couple,
who proceeded to the cathedral for pictures. We later walked up 57
steps to the cathedral, where we extensively toured the Cloister of
Paradise, the museum, the crypt, and the cathedral. It was
... we travelled to Sorrento. I kind of wish we had stayed in Sorrento instead of Naples... it was gorgeous. As soon as we got there, we ate at the first place we saw. We got sandwiches, which we saw came frozen and they heated them up for us. They weren't bad, but also weren't the 6 euro they costed. I did a lot of damage shopping. There were soooo many little shops. We were able to sample lemoncello in shops (Sorrento is famous for lemons). ...
... is awesome. It takes a bit of getting used to and the locals scream past you on all these extremely winding, mountainous roads with a sheer drop to the ocean below. It is truly breathtaking. There are houses built on the side of mountains, on the very top of mountains and built into the cliffs that reach down to the water. Basically anywhere you could possibly build & some places that seem impossible. What they have also done is grow their veggies, fruit ...