Hotel Palazzo Guardati
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... mambo Italiano”.
Running out of time on the island, we decided to take the bus into Anacapri to take the chairlift up to the top of the mountain on the island. This was quite literally a chair lift ! We got to the top and the sight was so worth it, being able to see the whole island and the mainland.
Thus ended our time on Capri and we caught the ...
... lovely things, their leather coats, handbags, shoes etc are gorgeous but very expensive. I did buy a fridge magnet! We sat and had some lunch just watching the world go by. Today was a very slow day which we really enjoyed as well. We walked, swam and read and feel very refreshed. We walked to the main street for tea and there was hardly a soul around. When we went into the cafe the reason was obvious. The ...
... outdoor area and a balcony overlooking the street from 2 bedrooms and the kitchen. See photos. Vittorio walked us around the town and pointed out places to buy our bread and meat etc After he left, we walked to the supermarket and shopped. Peter and Sandra cooked us a beautiful pasta for ...
... Um, no, it's like the size of Stow. Freaking cool! After we saw what we could see in three hours, we grabbed some yummy lunch and got back in the car with Giovanni. He took us first through Sorrento briefly, then on to the Amalfi Coast for a scenic drive. Despite the fact that it was raining and visibility wasn't great, the views were still unbelievable, with towns built into mountainsides and cliffs dropping into the ...