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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Awake in Assisi after a very restless & sleepless night, hard bed and aching leg.
On the coach, as usual at 8:30am and taken into town where of course a local guide meets us and takes us for a slow informative walk through the town of Assisi, yay! He walks at my pace and he isn't an archaeologist for a change but a true …
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 …
... about in the sun. We bought clay tablets with copies of some of the famous Frescoes on it from a local artist who has set up in one of the covered areas while we were wandering around. Susan asked him for advice on where to find a good local Italian restaurant with big serves of pasta at a good price, since to that date we have not yet been particularly impressed with the Italian cuisine. He seemed delighted to part with his local knowledge on the subject, ...
... didn't end up picking on
several days which were open for Michelle and I to travel the
surrounding areas. We were perfectly situated to see Siena, Florence
again (which was SO fun... I'll explain later), and San Gimignano. I
really enjoyed seeing all of these places even though the weather was
less than perfect. However, the bad weather kept everyone else away
and that left these usually packed cities almost empty.
So, why Florence the second time ...