Artis Domus Relais
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... of marble. The rooms are all decorated in blue and yellow with mosaic tiles on the floors. We have a small private balcony overlooking the olive trees planted on the hill behind the hotel. It’s the beginning of harvest time for the olives so the nets have been opened up under them to catch them as the fall from the trees.
No time to unpack and it’s off to drive the Amalfi coast and a visit to Poisitano. This was definitely one of the ...
... heels they all wear. Would not be pretty if I tried it!! Rob had roasted chicken which is very different than what we would expect. It was almost slowly baked as opposed to roasted but he loved it. They brought bread that looked like it had some salami or pepperoni and small pieces of cheese baked into it. I ordered spaghetti con pomodorini e basilico ( with cherry tomatoes and basil) and we both had salad with lettuce, cucumbers ...
... walkibg up the huge hill to the city, found a garden restaurant where I enjoyed my pizza and wine in the sun over looking this stunning scenery. I then went walking and got more amazing pics but you will have to wait until I find a computer to see them. then it was back to the boat and on our way back to sorrento. for more exploring of this cute town. the boat ride back was a rather bumpy one . tomorrow I am of on another boat trip this time to positano and ...
... was just like us, as every Italian we asked information from would give us conflicting information on the same subject. We walked around for some short time and checked out how much it was going to cost to get to the famous Blue Grotto. It turns out it was going to cost us around €30 so Jermaine and decided against it and opted to go to Porte Picolla a small beach port on the other side of the isle. After even more incorrect information (even by the actual tourist ...
... along with his personal email and list of his favourite gelato shops and eateries in Sorrento. Clearly I must look as though I need fattening up or maybe that I like my food?
We had read lots of warnings (roughest train in Italy with notorious thieves and pickpockets) about the commuter line called the "Circumservio" that goes from Napoli to Sorrento, but the other options required either getting to the port for a boat, or bus to ...