Artis Domus Relais
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Artis Domus Relais Sorrento
Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... if you thought normal traffic in Florence was bad, then peak hour traffic is definitely best avoided if possible. However our timetable means we are up, breakfasted, repacked and then off - so deal with the traffic we must.
We are heading for Sorrento and we need to get onto the autostrada A3 - and we don't want our GPS lady to take us anywhere near Rome to do that. Helen hatches a cunning plan, entering a dummy address ...
... port and beach, vino and lemon produce tastings and insights into the history of this ancient town. Tried a liquorish liquor that I'm sure blew smoke from our ears...only 42% proof and on an empty stomach made the sore feet from hiking less noticeable. One lovely old building was built by a successful family that made its fortune on making silk hankerchiefs for the wealthy of Europe. Upon the death of the final family members, they gave ...
... she can read to help fill in the gaps that she missed in translation on the tour.
We head back to our car that is parked in the campground and leave.As we are driving down the road a man waves at us. I think he is friendly and say "Ciao" through the glass.
Then I notice many people waving at us and gesturing for us to turn around.
Honk...... Honk..... A car coming in the opposite direction is trying ...
... as well as some of the regular local shops. Cruised on back to Sorrento. Also had free time here so we decided to walk around the streets and then stroll back to the hotel. Enjoyed a happy hour out on the terrace to take in the great views of Mount Vesuvius - another Aperol Spritz, Ang's new drink of choice. At 4pm we left for Positano via the Amalfi Coast winding roads. Amazing views of the coast. Ang did a little shopping in Positano, some very nice linen summer clothes. We ...
... cooked dinner at home, Rafaelle joined us during dessert unexpectedly, which was a nice surprise for all, except for perhaps Sam, who had to clear his mind enough to attempt to translate Rafaelle's Italian. While Sam has an impressive mastery of French (completely fluent without a detectable accent) and his German is pretty good too, his Italian has more to do with pronouncing words well without necessarily knowing the meaning of them. I'm pretty sure he just puts ...