Hotel Residence Miramare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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When I thought of returning to Sorrento I imagined beautiful Mediterranean vistas and a roof top garden from which to watch the sun go down. Reality set in and I down scaled dreams and we are ensconced in the Hotel Savoia and my lovely balcony overlooks the street which currently the Vespas are roaring up and down. Just saying if you are coming to Sorrento I think you might do better than the Hotel ...
... distance of Sorrento, but it turns out that the Villa is well beyond that, even for avid walkers like us. Not only was the distance far longer than expected, but the mountainous terrain of the area makes even a short walk difficult if you are headed uphill. We finally made it to the villa, and were speechless at the spectacular vistas from there. We were met by the staff and shown around the very large and multi-layered home, deciding as we went which rooms would belong ...
... for them so that we didn’t say their real name when we stopped there. After a few pit stops we arrived in Pompeii and were due to do a tour of the city before reaching our final destination. Pompeii is a very interesting city, all that’s left in its place today though is ruins and evidence of what once stood. Pompeii was an ancient Roman town, not far from Naples. It is believed to have been founded in the 6th or 7th century BC and over ...
... Sorrento/Amalfi Coast has many, making it the home of Lemon Gelato, Lemon Granita, and of course Lemoncello]. Our first big day out was to Amalfi and Positano, two towns that we had high hopes for after doing our planning for this trip. Lucky for us the weather was great and they did not disappoint. The layout of the towns is amazing and it seems like buildings are almost stacked on top of each other up the cliff face. The hair-raising bus rides to and from the towns were ...
... 20 minutes, not a care in the world. Nick and I had packed snacks for our Tour of Italy. We had leftover meats and cheeses from dinner the night before and we also bought some croissants. We pulled over after a few hours for a break and to make our snacks. Not understanding Italian when in a market means you buy croissants filled with apricots and honey - not sandwich stuffing croissants at all. So we picnicked on sandwich fillings and delicious filled ...