Hotel Residence Miramare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... motion sickness and Gary read the New York Times on his iPad. It was a wi fi travelling train and everyone seemed plugged in listening or texting. We were in Napoli in an hour.
It was an hour drive south to Sorrento, as we had done last year when we were here briefly on our Mediterranean cruise. It has been hot here for some time so the air is hazy. It was 24 today. In August they opened a 6 km tunnel through ...
... fell during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The city planning by the Romans was quite extraordinary given that it was 2000 years ago. People lived in apartments with their shop below. The streets were designed to flush dirt and sewage naturally and street signs were similar to Europe today. We recommend touring the Naples main shopping street (very high end) and it should be noted that Naples has the best ice-cream in Europe (that we have found). Visit Pompeii = ...
"The difference between an adventure and an ordeal is your attitude" - Erin to me while debating whether to rent the boat.
I'll get to our near death experience a little further down. First, I'd like to discuss the subject of much debate on travel forums, which is whether one should visit Cinque Terre or the Amalfi Coast. I had expected to be able to write a post comparing Cinque Terre and Amalfi and identify a clear winner for anyone else who may want to visit. ...
... of Sorrento. A 5 min bus trip away. Found my accomms down a very bumpy cobbled road, Via Cappucini, cute name, and was let into my apartment. It is actually a bigger one than I booked because there was a problem with the one that I had originally booked.
After I settled in I walked to Sorrento. Wont be doing that again. The footpaths are typically Italian, very narrow and all you do is suck in ...
Well, I've made it to Sorrento!
I have accepted the fact that, at least for now, I am that obvious American who is just a visitor in the country. I think this whole 50-degree weather is beautiful and almost hot, hence the light spring coats I've been wearing while the locals are in fur coats down to their knees. The 150+ pictures I have snapped in the mere two days I've been here kind of gives it away ...