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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nice Sorrento
Loved my 3 nights stay at the Hotel Nice in Sorrento. Literally steps away from the Circumvesuviana Train Station and a short walk to downtown Sorrento. Comfortable bed and spacious bath (although the shower is only about 2 feet squared). It would have been great if there was internet in the hotel, but there is a cafe around the corner that has free wi-fi, so that worked. Modest, but nice breakfast.
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Ok its official, I am toured out!! I will not even drive behind a bus when I get home. Enough is enough.
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