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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... players hugging each other. There were 2 families, all with Hawks jumpers and a very big Hawks flag waving around. Many were on the phone to friends in Aust. So, again, if I had of enquired, I could have watched the game. Bugger.
The boat trip to Capri was good, and I took a sea sickness pill beforehand, as I was still getting over our ferry trip here. I decided not to swim as the last time I was in the water off a boat I nearly had a heart attack. Wendy was brave and went in, ...
... Albierco stopped numerous times to witness the Panoramic views of the coast. Our Last look out point was Positano, neither one of us have ever seen a more beautiful city. We checked in to our hotel, Eden Roc. The views from the hotel are breathtaking. After some lounging by the pool and meeting a Canadian couple from Calagary we ventured into the downtown area. To get to the downtown from our hotel ...
... cold water. He left us for a few minutes and we soaked up the amazing view of Positano, the mountains and the sea. Angelo returned and proceeded to tell us all about the B&B and the surrounding area. When he was showing us the tv, he discovered a lizard on the satellite box. I don’t imagine it’s easy to catch a lizard but luckily after a couple of tries, it fell into a vase. He then tossed it over the balcony where it landed on a roof below with a bit of a thump. But he ...
... stairs so we decided to do the same and walk down the stairs to see where they took us. At the lookout we saw another family and we saw them again here and followed them down the stairs. We were keen to get down to the water so we detoured off to the beach instead of the town, it was a very long way down. More than 900 steps in fact as Josh counted them on the way up. The stairs took us past many people’s homes and also hotels. Each home had ...
... sight seeing with a lemon Granita (adult slushy) and a chocolate moussy type cake at a nice cafe. It was not cheap (€12) but they presented it so nicely with extra munchies for the drink, and gelato, wafers, and oodles of nice chocolate sauce (real chocolate) with the cake. NOM award here too.
Our evening meal was a simple Pizza from downstairs as we were still feeling full from lunch and afternoon tea - yes really :-)
Sorrento is ...