Villa Fernanda Hotel
Travel Blogs from Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi
... we realized we were missing something in the communication, we continued on around the bend to head for Sorrento. Once around the bend the waves became unmanageable. It was suddenly apparent that the other boaters had been trying to warn us of the rough water in the direction we were heading. Our comfortable boat suddenly seemed like the tiny rubber dingy it was as the waves bounced us around with increasing violence. I took over the driving while Erin held on for ...
... seemed like a lane way to us...we just made it through!!
After a long and tiresome journey we arrived at one of the most beautiful places we have ever seen. Fattoria Terranova is on top of the mountain between the Golf of Naples and Golf of Salerno, being the name "sui due Golfi" (between two Golfs). We checked in and the main building is also the dining area was adorned with produce, for drying, which they grow ...
... but incredibly thin. I always thought we only had two choices in our lives when it came to pizza crust - thin and crispy, or thick and doughy. How was I to have known that there could be a crust in this world that was thin and doughy? Holy of holies! Thin, doughy, strong, gummy, yummy, chewy, salty pizza paradise. On top, there is a sweet tomato sauce that foams up all bubbly and creamy when it melts the fresh buffalo mozzarella, and the ...
... grottos. He also pointed out other islands and rocks in the sea and told us about various legends. Two of the rocks were the ones the sirens were on that Ulysses had to sail past, with wax in his companions ears and his hands tied to the mast.
The towns before Sorrento all had things of interest, including the fact that a 7km bypass which is mainly tunnels is being built to speed the trip to the town. One area was famous as the home of pasta, with 150 factories there ...
... missed a bus, and had to wait half an hour till the next one. This would have been ok if the next bus had actually stopped for us. In stead it let two people off, then told us he was too full???!!!! – so another half an hour wait, and we were finially moving.
Positano was beautiful, it would have been more wonderful if it wasn’t for all the tourists and the tacky shops. The way all the buildings are stacked up the hill side is something ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking