Hotel Villa Garden
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Garden Sant'Agnello
Previously a private mansion this Hotel was on a cliff top near Sorrento, overlooking the Bay of Naples. Rooms, breakfast and service were all excellent, but it was a 20 minute walk into Sorrento.
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Nice to sleep in its 7.30 and the room is still dark lol. Still overcast but warm outside. Buffett breakfast was yum with fresh squeezed orange juice. After breakfast we headed off on a bit of a trek the trick is if you want to get up or down you have to climb steps ... Hundreds of them. Great for the leg muscles ... We were feeling energetic or maybe a bit delirious but we ran a few of the flights of steps. The beaches were not crowded today due to the weather but that didn't ...
We went to Pompeii on our way to Sorrento from Rome. I felt so privileged again being there with Tess and Mia who had studied it so closely in ancient history for the HSC and were our tour guides for the day :) they showed us all around the city and told us ...
It was raining lightly when we awoke this am, so I decided to spend the day in town shopping and sunning while Eric braved the hike. It was a nice closure on this stage of the trip. We have a farewell dinner with our group tonight, and then off on the train to Santa Margherita tomorrow. For anyone interested in a hiking trip, I would highly recommend Backroads....they did a fabulous ...
We took a hop on hop off City Bus tour around the Sorrentine Peninsula. We got off at the tiny town of Termini and did a 4 mile round trip hike to a medieval watchtower built over an ancient greek temple. We had lunch at the watch tower and enjoyed a great view of Capri. But it was a very,very hot climb back up to town.
There is a local hiker that has an amazing web site ...
... the city is incredibly well preserved) were much bigger than I expected, and it was easy to visualize the sophistication and day-to-day life of citizens of the Roman Empire. You can even see the grooves worn in the original roads from heavy chariot traffic. We saw perfectly preserved houses, food vending stalls, frescoes, aqueducts, plumbing, and a public bath. We also saw a few of the famous plaster figures of those people (and a dog) caught in ...