Le Ancore Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Ancore Hotel Vico Equense
Dana and Sabrina were so kind and gracious. Perfect in every way. Clean, stylish, great service and beautiful view.
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... back in June. We sailed slowly into the ...
... onto the open air bus, came three American couples, baseball capped with loud chequered trousers, sunglasses the size of Jodrell Bank and Bostonian accents. 'Michael Caine' was now accompanied by Cliff, the postman from "Cheers" and his mother. As the Colosseo came into view Michael's commentary came to life "ere's where romans were entertained watching gladiators kill lions and fings". Cliff, now in his element, interjected and added "Er, the roman navy kept ...
I've hit a traveling stride. Everything about this trip seems easier; even the crowded commuter train from Naples to Sorrento. I'm enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle so far. After a morning of window shopping and strolling through Positano its time to relax. (strolling involves a lot of stairs and hills but I love it!) My agenda is lounging on the beach and swimming in the ocean for the afternoon. Good thing they have lovely umbrellas that match the chairs because the sun is ...
... do not go. However, I recommend that for this one time, if you can, get over it….it was a once in a lifetime experience!
The train ride to Napoli was very comfortable. I had a window seat to view the Tuscan countryside. all by myself. Free wifi....what more could a girl ask for?
I have since arrived in "Vico Equense" on the Napoli/Sorrento coast. I had never heard of this place but learned about it on ...
... slept for a bit. Not wanting to spend the rest of the evening in my room, I ventured out again. I wanted to give the city another chance.
I left my map behind, so I had to use my best sense of direction to find the Duomo. Luckily, it wasn’t too far from my hotel – about 15 minutes walk and I had seen signs for it on my earlier walk. I stopped in for about 30 minutes. I needed to just find some solace from the dirt and noise outside. It is hard ...