Hotel Prestige Sorrento
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Prestige Sorrento
Service, facilities and amenities were all outstanding. It is quite a ride (20 minutes) up to the hotel and the shuttle service is time-restricted, but the quality of the staff and the views and the peace and quiet made it well worthwhile. The dining "room" is several km's down the road by shuttle, but the homey service and food quality were great!
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Today we journeyed by bus to Sorrento. Glad we chose slightly more expensive bus with air conditioning and limited stopping as it was a 1 and half hour without traffic. On the way home we were stopped for half an hour by a festival of a Saint at a small town between Positano and Amalfi. See photos.
... almost imperceptible; you don't even notice you are going that fast as you survey the scenery outside the window. The trip from Rome to Napoli is about an hour, and with a snack served to us by the train stewards to break up the time, the trip goes by quick.
Much of the trip to Italy is something I meticulously pre-planned or purchased months ago, and things have been pretty smooth thus far. On this day, we have to figure out the first puzzle ...
... is better preserved as the thick mud flow that covered Herculaneum fossilised everything rather than the burning pumice that rained on Pompeii and destroyed much of the upper levels of houses. Herculaneum was a small town port town of around 4000 people (smaller than Pompeii), used as a resort town by the rich Romans. The beach is how we first entered Herculaneum - or it used to be. The shoreline is now several KM's from here. According to our audioguide, the ...
... and toilet and some engravings on the walls, some of the upper class homes, and the amphitheater. We wanted to see the plaster casts of the victims but either we were too late or the museum was closed for the day. That kind of sucked. After that we were ready to go back to the hostel as we were all tired especially because of the hike up Mt. ...
... a side trip to Capri (where we had a gnarly hike up the side of the mountain of about 1000 stairs and amazing views).
One mellow day we decided to gather pine nuts for our meal (we were turning into foragers!). So, we gathered them and had to crack and remove them individually. I opted to keep my distance from the three rock-wielding women crushing pine-nuts and did my manly duty of laying around or occasionally ...