Villa Gerardo Hotel

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

Pompeii then views, views, views!

A travel blog entry by kimmykak

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Day 1 - Tuesday September 1st – we were up early this morning to depart for Sorrento and there were a few sore heads amongst the group. I was glad to not be one of them for once!

On the way to Sorrento we stopped at Pompeii which is somewhere I have wanted to visit for a long time. Again, it was a swelteringly hot day but we were …

Transition from Tourist to Tour Guide

A travel blog entry by haleycheetham

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Well, my parents have come and gone, just as the calendar tells me has the halfway point of my time here in Sorrento. How is time moving so quickly? I feel as though I’ve accomplished so much in time here, yet so little at the same time.

I noticed the transition this past week. That shameless American tourist I described myself as in the first week? Well, I would use some different adjectives after two ...

Time Travel Is Possible

A travel blog entry by toddcullen

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... our living room in all fours so I really didn't know what was in store for us. So for those of you, like me, who aren't aware of what these ruins are, picture a Roman city that was occupied by 2,000 people that is more or less fully intact. Not only that, but you can walk through all of it! Sure lava destroyed the completeness of the structures, but it is insane how big this place is! From brothels, to full on gladiator arenas, ...

Pompeii, Napoli and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by jacquichap

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... came down prob around 350BC. A thriving port city of. Around 22000 inhabitants by the time Vesuvius had something to say on the matter. Vesuvius is and has been for a long time a very active volcano, and had erupted fairly frequently, although with really major eruptions only every 2000 years or so. The last major eruption prior to the one that wiped Pompeii off the map, had done the same on the other side of the mountain in the early Bronze Age. The ...

Capri and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by karina.evans93

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... are the size of our large mangoes. The drink was very bitter and they served it in a frozen glass which I nearly dropped when I first picked it up because it was so cold. We also had some cake. After dinner we went back into town and tried to find an ATM and some gelato. For the gelato in a cup with 3 flavours it cost €3. I had a dark dark chocolate scoop, carrot lemon and orange scoop and then mulberry. The chocolate and the carrot were my ...

       

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