Hotel Prestige Sorrento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... to port at Capri and took a scenic drive in a minibus to Anacapri, 280 meters above sea level. To do this we drove along a highway called 'Mamma Mia', probably because of its sheer drops to the water below. I ensured I sat on the left hand side of the bus. We lunched at a local restaurant called Barbarossa, then spent some free time exploring the shops. I bought Alexis a pretty dress, reasonable priced, but many ...
... pool! I contemplated a swim at the beach, but being unsure exactly where or how to get there, decided to make hay while the sun shone :) Excellent decision - it was absolutely glorious! The sun lounges superb (I want one!) and the gin & tonic very refreshing.
We decided to check out the main piazza for dinner and had another lovely meal at a ristorante called il Leone Rosso. April was thrilled to finally have a chocolate ...
... shivering while their parents set around, bundled up in sweaters and jackets. I watched the scene from my cot dressed in a warm rain coat. Our courtyard around the pool was filled with lemon trees, you can actually pick lemons from the tree or pick them up from the grass, they were everywhere. As it turned out later, I was coming up with a cold, and had to take tylenol around the clock for the next 3 days plus an italian ...
We left Greece in the early afternoon, with a short flight over to Rome, a bus ride to the train station and then onto a slower, cheap train (2.5 hours) arriving in Naples around 11:30 at night! It was a long travel day ending with us tramping through a seedy area by the train station with all of our gear late at night! Luckily, our hotel was only a five minute walk. The buffet breakfast the next morning, which featured Nutella filled croissants ...
... on Slow Food, which provoked a lively discussion. Then, we went over the material in the first 5 chapters of the Philosopher and the Druids. In all, it was a very satisfying classroom session.
After lunch, Buck led the procession out to Sorrento to introduce the students to that town. This activity also helps us to teach them how to use the local train to get around.