Hotel Palazzo Guardati
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... amp; Dan considered getting a hair cut, but weren't getting the right vibe from the barber.
We caught the bus back to Sorrento on sunset. It was beautiful at first, with the sun setting & the scenery but after a while just got hard. Lily slept for most of the way. The bus was full, it was warm, there were odours & some of us were getting nauseous. Not me though- Tess & I had secured the front seat.Although Tess ...
... thing for me to do with a number of friends. But it started with my father. Nice. Though I never get enough time to catch up with my mother, we did get some, and it was wonderful. I haven't been able to talk on the phone since the trip started and I need my mother-daughter talks! I plan to remedy this problem at the next possible opportunity by getting a disposable pre-paid phone.
Finally, the last night was upon us, and Rafaelle very kindly hosted a ...
... their accordion and then asking for money. I arrived in Sorrento in the arvo and it was SO nice to have my own bedroom and bathroom for once!! Sorrento is a beautiful town, pebble beaches with deck chairs and different activities, market stalls along the streets with heaps of things not just all souvenier ****. I just wandered the streets exploring all arvo before getting an early night. I needed some R&R after topdeck. The next day I went on a tour out to Capri, an island ...
... three toppings. That is the Italian way. After pizza we continued our journey to Sorrento. Here we stayed for the two nights at a cliff top camping village. We spent the evening in Sorrento and went to watch a Limoncello demonstration and tried the Limoncello candies they made. The made was extremely passionate and the chocolates were amazing. If you are lucky they may make it back home or they might all disappear before then. Not sure! We then went a brought a bottle ...
... turned out it was a half hour wait but it gave us all time to settle our nerves. Interesting habit that the Italians have - random entertainers playing for you on the train and then expecting money - like heck, my son plays better than them :-)
Anyway, we finally arrived at the ruins and joined the other tourists waiting in line to buy tickets to see this incredible piece of ...