Villa Gerardo Hotel

Address: Via Capo 82/84, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sorrento

Pompeii and Roma!

A travel blog entry by sandrabourke on May 11, 2015

10 comments, 55 photos

... with that. Don't believe what they teach at school, it may no longer be true by the time you get there yourself. They only have one person, a cast of a man, at the ruins. All the rest are touring the world museums. I bought some interesting hurculean keyrings. (You can look up Hurculean art for yourself) They had brothels back then too. The signs in stone on the road pointing out to travellers the location of a knock shop are quite ...

La Costeria Tour

A travel blog entry by robynp on May 09, 2015

18 photos

... Sorrento. We continued on along the Sorrentine Coast to Sorrento. The drive into Sorrento was amazing looking across the bay. The cliffs were very high with many sharp corners for the bus. I couldn't look down. The town has lemon trees full of fruit everywhere. The roses in the town are magnificent as well. We booked into Grand Hotel Vesuvio at Sorrento overnight. It is a grand hotel - much grander than anything we ...

Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Nov 07, 2014

9 photos

... to the gas station where the bus was parked. We did some window shopping along the way and explored down one of the side passages. By the time we neared the top, we were ready for another break and stopped for another espresso and Coke and were joined by Olivia and Tommie for a little while.

Back in the bus, we returned to Sorrento for a group lunch at a beautiful restaurant, Ristorante 'O Parrucchiano La Favorita. ...


A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 16, 2014

18 photos

... Hercules has been famous through the centuries with copies made and tourists and art students coming to Rome in the 16th-18th centuries and of course still today to study, admire and sketch it.

What we had really come to see were the mosaics and frescoes from Pompeii on the Mezzanine Floor. The mosaics were stunning in their deep colours, details and overall impact when one imagined them on the walls and floors ...

Capri and Anacapri

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling on Jul 22, 2013

... the story of creation in mind. After this we took the Seggovia (chair lift) to the summit of mount Solaro where we saw the panoramic view of all of the island, and there was birds and butterflies all around - it was like reaching heaven! We went down to Capri where we walked down Via Krupp and saw the gardens of Augustus. We had a freshly squeezed Capri lemonade and headed back to ...