Novotel Salerno Est Arechi
Travel Blogs from Salerno
... medical museum!
While checking out the outside walls of the cathedral (me dragging 3 others) Karen spotted this little restaurant, and had a chat with a random male in the doorway. We needed to return at 7.30, over an hour away, so wandered the narrow streets and laneways of the old town till then. A pre-dinner drink for all but Dave who was the DD.
There was also the ? gigilo who was loudly on the phone on his ...
... to move on.
Next stop: Salerno. Right away I got some weird vibes. It’s hard to describe, but I can say it felt like some combination of San Jose and Miami. A mix of dodgy and vanity. I couldn’t help but notice that everyone was all dressed up and aware of their appearance. It made me feel a bit self conscious, for the first time in Italy. I saw some people that looked like they just stepped out of Big Brother Italy. Yikes. ...
... to us of how when the Germans occupied his town, most of the soldiers were really nice to him and his family. They would tell them when to stay in or leave. He said he was so excited to see the Allies come. He said the Germans didn't have anything compared to America. His family stayed south of the fighting. He said the terrain just slowed the army, but everyone knew it was over when they came. He said his family and others were starving during the war because ...
... to the ship. When we arrived at the port we ended up buying some items from the shops. I desperately wanted to bring back some limoncello, but unfortunately had to restrain myself and had a limoncello ice cream instead. After which I wanted to buy the tub and eat it in our room! It was so yummy! Aaron had a chocolate one and he loved his as well. Back on the ship, we went to Izumi for dinner, a Japanese specialty restaurant. We decided to go out of ...
The ship is anchored off the coast of Sorrento today, which is just south of Naples and north of the Amalfi coast. Most passengers are taking tours to Positano or Pompeii for the day. However as we have stayed in this area on a prior holiday and have visited these two places, we decide to go to Ravello, a town in the hills overlooking this spectacular coastline. We disembark mid morning and seek out a taxi ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility