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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Plaza Sorrento
These guys are helpful. The hotel room was awesome, definitely a chic modern hotel. Breakfast and internet included. After 3 days, the breakfast does get boring, but what hotel doesn't have this issue?
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Today, Holly and I had plans to relax and enjoy Sorrento. We also had laundry to do as we couldn't fit enough clothes for the entire trip in 2 carry-on bags each. We finally slept in for the first time in our trip, getting up around 9:30. We cleaned up enough to be presentable and headed down to enjoy the breakfast offered by the hotel. They had …
... with a bunch of small change.
Headed back down via the chairlift again (it was a bit expensive but hey, time is money) and headed towards the Villa San Michele. The problem with splitting up with the group was that we had agreed to meet at 5, and that really limited the amount of time I had, because I had to plan in extra time to get to the meeting point, and we were meeting 35 minutes before our ferry left. But I got down and figured I had time for ...
... he doesn’t see what we see: hills in the distance and fields of goats, grapes and olive groves. We have returned to the land of left-hand drive – yeah! For those who keep track - speed limit on these major routes is 130 km/hr; yes, they do drive like maniacs; gas or fuel, for the chronic complainers out there, costs 1 Euro, 35 cents a litre here (that’s well over $2 a pop. In England, gas or petrol cost 1 pound, 18 pence/litre, and that’s ...
... tour to start and spent some time wandering around the town beforehand.
At the pier we met our tour guide Jerry who was the colour of cappuccino and found Witek’s untanned white skin to be very amusing! He was a real character cracking jokes all the way and keeping us amused. He was also full of interesting information I enjoyed learning where the Ferrari chief’s house and Dom Perignon’s house (don’t think I spelt that right!) were.