Hotel Sorrento City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Again Antonio stopped this time on a bridge, the incoming sea on our left and way down at sea level to our right was a village. A six families village. Only way in, by boat. For centuries it has been a fishing village and in past, a profitable village. Now one wonders what daily life must be like. Picture 2
Another point of interest , this time, I captured a snap, Antonio was unable to stop due to traffic. There ...
... of marble. The rooms are all decorated in blue and yellow with mosaic tiles on the floors. We have a small private balcony overlooking the olive trees planted on the hill behind the hotel. It’s the beginning of harvest time for the olives so the nets have been opened up under them to catch them as the fall from the trees.
No time to unpack and it’s off to drive the Amalfi coast and a visit to Poisitano. This was definitely one of the ...
... we found our way there, which involved 2 busses with a change at the town of Capri. The bus wound its way up the steep mount to Capri where we changed and the following spiralled its way down the other side until we reached the port.
As we exit the bus and walked down the stairs to the beach we were greeted by the impressive sight of crystal clear turquoise waters, as calm as you had ever seen. The water was like something out of a postcard as it lapped on the ...
We took a train to Naples from Rome, and were going to take the local train to Sorrento when we realised this local train was on strike today...
Well, what is a trip to Italy without experience strikes of some kind!
After negotiating with a few taxis we decided to rent a car and drive along the Amalfi coast to Sorrento.
It was about 1.5hrs of ...
... known as 'the miracle of the mana’
Once finished at the cathedral we ventured out for a view of the town by day and bought a couple of souvenirs. It was time for us to pick up our bikes and continue our journey, firstly however we braved the narrow roads and made our way up to the town of Ravallo for a beautiful view of the coast. While wandering the narrow alleys we happened upon a restaurant overlooking the coast and stopped for lunch at what we would call ...