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... by the Italian government last century, extensively restored and re-opened in 1997. The entire place is Italian opulence at its very best. Every room contains frescos, marble, gold leaf decorations, painted frescoes and artwork by Italian masters. Before starting our tour of the
galleria, we walked up 90 steps on a circular marble staircase – very grand. The highlight of our visit was seeing the incredible marble sculptures by Bernini. ...
... been liberated from their overflowing contents. We managed to see four or five churches, each a museum in their own rights, ranging from 200 to 2,200 years old. The underground tour was not an option after all due to the timing of the English guided one was too late for us. We pulled out our Napoli book and quickly rerouted to the nearby San Lorenzo Maggiore. This, too, had some
... the Prussian occupation of the palace in 1871, the boiseries in storage were burned as firewood (Constans, 1985; 1987; Mauguin, 1937; Verlet,1985). From the Second Empire (1850–present) Gardens and palace of Versailles in the 1920s. Pierre de Nolhac arrived at the Palace of Versailles in 1887 and was appointed curator of the museum in 1892. Nolhac began to restore the palace to its appearance before the Revolution. Nolhac also organized events aimed at raising ...
... made pasta. Ricotta ravioli, yummy! And the pizzas... back home in Australia we put lots of toppings on pizzas, whilst the home of pizzas (Italy) leave them simple. Mozzarella, or salami. That's almost the range, yet they are still the best the pizzas I've had in my life.
After the Italian take away, with a premade iced espresso coffee (it comes in a cup like the milo ice cream), it was back on the road to Sorrento. More winding ...
... bar where we met a couple from Gilberton who informed us about snow on Mt Lofty. We wandered the streets and shops of Positano for a couple of hours before climbing back up to the bus stop for the nerve wracking trip back home. As we were on the other side of the road the trip back was not as harrowing.In summary the hotel, people, the food, scenery and the bus ride have all combined to make our five days in Sorrento memorable. Tomorrow we head off to the Island of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center