Hotel Residence Miramare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Sorrento. Excursion to Capri
Traveled by minibus down to the wharf to meet our local guide Luigi, hoped on a hydrofoil boat & off, it is 8 nautical miles or 25 mins to the island of Capri, then caught a funicular (type of cablecar) to the top of the hill, heaps of tourists all trying to get off their ferries, some from Naples, at the same place at the same time, had a short walking tour of the island, the whole main street walk was 7 mins. ...
... with a panoramic view across the Bay of Naples to Naples itself. There are a number of cruise ships dotted around the bay and Vesuvius is in the background. There is a slight mist which makes the view surreal. After a bit of R&R we were off out to visit a local farm perched on the side of a hill which was only 4 acres but grew lemons, olives, cherries;in fact most fruit,and also was famous for making Mozzarella Cheese. It was originally made from Buffalo milk ,however they ...
... when covered with the pyroclastic flow from the volcano. A number of frescoes and mosaics are in remarkably good shape and furniture and statues remain. The site is much smaller than Pompeii, and we walked all over most of it during the one hour and forty-five minutes allotted before we noticed that there was a way to get to the lower level. We did take a few minutes to walk through ...
... all the expensive shops are. After lunch overlooking the beautiful blue water dotted with sailboats, it’s back down on the Funicolare and back on the ferry and minibus to the hotel.
We have a whole 90 minutes before we get back on the buses to go out to discover Sorrento. Our first stop is at the Notturno wood working factory where the owner explains the various steps involved in process of creating the beautiful ...
... the batter by mixing the water, egg, and salt together, gradually sifting the flour into the water and mixing it with a wire whisk. The batter should be moderately dense. You can add more flour or water depending on your preference. 3) Place an ample amount of oil into a pan and heat the oil over high heat. Make sure it's hot before you use it. 4) Dip each flower into the batter, covering it completely, and place it carefully in the hot oil. Fry on both sides until they are ...