La Neffola Residence Sorrento

Address: Via Capo, 21, Sorrento, Campania, 80067 , Italy | Villa
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    Travel Blogs from Sorrento

    Rome to Sorrento (Day 2)

    A travel blog entry by pinkjemjem on Mar 30, 2015

    8 photos

    ... a very nice year 12). Our room was small, but our bathroom was very long and we had a balcony. After spent half an hour in our rooms, we went out to do some shopping. To get to the main level of the town we had to climb approximately 200 stairs and walk along side a road. But it was surprisingly easy. I was in a shopping group with Felicity, Annie and Mrs. Ness. We got to spend about 2 hours wandering around the Sorrento markets and the ...

    La Grotte Azzura

    A travel blog entry by onourway on Aug 13, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    This morning we travelled by ferry from Sorrento's harbour to the island of Capri. The island’s largest city, of the same name, is a bustling tourist destination with a harbour full of cruise ships and massive yachts. Although its cliffside buildings and winding roads are picturesque, it’s a bit too busy in high season to enjoy. It was recommended that if we had time after our visit to the Grotte, we should make the trip ...

    1140. A Disaster in the Making (Italy 117)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 23, 2011

    12 photos

    ... lava when King Vesuvius wakes up. Clearly we don’t want there to be an eruption and no one’s house gets destroyed! I mean, what would be the fun of that?

    Finally I reach Torre Anunciate proper, where there’s a lively outdoor market underway as well as a nice little sidewalk overlooking a port and the sea below. Here I join a couple rugged looking fellows at a little plaza overlooking the sea for my concert.

    Downtown ...

    Oh no! More drama! And then Santa Lucia!

    A travel blog entry by rhills on Dec 12, 2011

    ... to Nadia and Marco's where there was great excitement in the air because Santa Lucia comes tonight bringing gifts. Eight year old Annalisa was beside herself with anticipation. Ringing bells while we were eating a lovely pasta, vegetable and salad dinner indicated Santa Lucia might be outside. Annalisa's eyes widened in expectation and she skipped off to the front door where she found some lollies. (I found out later there had been chocolates ...

    Pompeii rocks!

    A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian on Nov 15, 2010

    34 photos

    ... small indoor pool and funnelled into underground containers. Apparently the climate was both wetter and cooler than modern Campania. The open roof area must have provided significant light to make the wet surround and heat loss worth it. The richer houses did have underfloor heating.

    Wall decorations survived, both arty indoor murals and graffitti or political slogans on the outside. Temples were all over the city, often ...