Hotel Sorrento City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... lemons. The limoncello shops are everywhere—also lemon candy, lemons painted on pottery and kitchen gadgets, lemons embroidered on linens and clothing….. Lemons, lemons, lemons!
We snacked on gelato while we were browsing—lemon, of course, but also coconut for me and something else that I don’t remember for Philip. There is no shortage of ...
... storm hit so I was glad I was cautious. Everyone that made it said it was worth the walk although they all arrived back soaked through.
We then drove to our next destination Sorrento. What a beautiful spot. After checking in to our hotel, we walked into town for lunch. Then had a walk around the sights. We went to a lemoncello shop for tastings. The whole area is very picturesque. ...
... card – PHEW, lets order another drink to celebrate!
Not only did we order another drink but we also booked an excursion for the following day to Capri – amazing how frivolous one becomes when the dinero is back and talking!
After leaving the bar 16 Euros down for 3 soft drinks (ouch, Sorrento is NOT cheap) and a little more for the excursion, we headed back to the car via ...
... br> On further exploration we discovered that Michael too has dissolutions of what this town would hold, expecting long stretches of sandy beaches to laze about on. Instead we found man made rock mounds on a not-so-luxurious beachy shoreline and restaurants and cafes with their own private jetty-style islands, lined with hundreds of sun lounges. It was actually really interesting, as though they had discovered the turquoise water and at the absence of a gorgeous ...
... shops along the way to distract you from thinking about the return journey! We would have liked to have dipped our toes in the sea but it was all black pebbles so we took a "boot shot" instead and went and got a cuppa and a snack, gazing across the beach and up to the hills. It is truly amazing how the buildings just cling to the hillside. We wondered who first said, "Hey let'sa builda here anda grow some tomatoes, olives and citrus trees". Whatdya ...