La Neffola Residence Sorrento

Address: Via Capo, 21, Sorrento, Campania, 80067 , Italy | Villa
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      Change in plans, Vesuvius stews

      A travel blog entry by on Jul 04, 2014

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      Today we say goodbye to PA family. They go onto France, while we travel south to continue our "history of western civilization" summer school for the kids, of which lately, we've been struggling to keep their attention. ("Great dad, more marble stones on the ground"). The kids are going to miss their cousins, Acadia especially (Jack, maybe not so …

      Living like royalty in Sorrento

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 14, 2014

      1 comment, 143 photos

      ... I love each of these people dearly, and wanted this to be a memory that lasts. This ensemble has been together many times in the past, although normally we're gathered in Houston in my parents' living room, usually after some event or party, for storytelling and (more) wine. This time, it'd be a vacation for all, and I wanted the kids, their Nona and Captain Tom, and our friends to make some new memories in an altogether different place. Though we would not stay on ...

      Zuppa de Cozze

      A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Dec 11, 2012

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      Fabulous lunches can be found in Arco Felice, a town near our house. Fruit and Fish, Trattoria de Rita and Biaggios all have great seafood. I love the mussel soup (Zuppa di Cozze) with bread to dip it in to scarpetta the lovely wine broth. Just the thing on a cold winters day. Brett's selection of Zappa di Fagioli (bean soup) with some Olio di Oliva and pepperoncino is also awesome. Our favorite meal also then includes wine as well as fritta calamari and fungi ...


      A travel blog entry by baron_family on Nov 13, 2011

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      Looked out at the Mediterranean's Tyrrhenian Sea on the train from Naples to Pompei. The ruins spanned over a much greater area than we originally thought. It was the ENTIRE town. The current Pompei was built around the town that was covered.


      Costa Di Amalfitana

      A travel blog entry by danfa on Oct 28, 2010

      1 comment, 29 photos

      There comes a time in every trip, that you need a break. A holiday within a holiday. It can just be an afternoon in the hotel with the telly or in our case, a couple of days to ditch the van in favour of a real hotel with a real bed. And what a hotel we chose.

      After leaving the hustle and bustle of Rome we drove south along the motorway until the ominous Mt. Vesuvius loomed in to view. Of course Mt Vesuvius is most famous for erupting a ...