Villa Romana Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Villa Romana Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Romana Hotel Minori
Travel Blogs from Minori
24 hours after leaving home, we have arrived in a wonderfully warm, if slightly frantic Amalfi! We picked up our car at 11.30 and made the 300km trip from Rome.
All was going swimmingly until we turned onto the winding, coastal road that leads from Vietri sul mare through Maiori to Minori, where we will be staying for the next 5 days.... ...
... brothers supermarket for a few things. Bianca has organised me to go swimming in the afternoon.
And so we do. It is beautiful in the water. We spend some time together and we notice a young girl swimming and her mum on shore. Bianca is a bit shy but I introduce them and they spend an hour or so playing together. They are from England but the mum was born in ...
... oblivious to it. It typifies the Italian spirit, park or lay down anywhere you want. He moves to the pedestrian crossing and does it again.
Before the drive back, we hop in to a gelato place which on value, is probably the best we have had. Dianne is upset as I have cream (panna) put on mine without cost or me asking, the lady must have felt sorry for me I guess. We walk to the station after a brief supermarket stop and head home.
... on our beverages. After the photos we headed up to see Tony and taste some Lemoncello which was followed by purchasing some more beverages and strolling the streets of Sorrento looking in shops and visiting the look out once more to get some sunset photos. So with our new friends in toe we headed to dinner at a local restaurant and devoured a three course meal and wine. I'm pretty sure I rolled out of there and right into the ...
... that are now kept in glass cases near to where they have been unearthed. Some casts, though, were just stacked up with the thousands of pottery jugs etc in a large shed near the forum.
Mt Vesuvius still stands in the background of Pompei and provides a very dramatic, if not sinister, backdrop to the city! I kept a close eye on it all day and continued to watch it from our next stop In Vico Equense, right opposite from it across the bay of Naples ...