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Virtual Tour of Sunset view from public gardens on cliff top, Sorrento, Italy

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Lois R says:
"As the sun sets over Sorrento the light fades and there’s a sparkling, diamond, wonderland below. I sat in a lovely bar, a musician played on a white, baby-grand piano as I sipped a martini and watched the sun go down on a beautiful Mediterranean town before me. I was the only visitor in the bar, I savored the Sorrento moment then, and now, as I think about it, I remember it like a video. I will go back to relive this fantastic travel experience. Sorrento is in the Campania province of Italy, with 16,500 residents who share their town with thousands of visitors each day. It is an ideal accommodation base for exploring the Amalfi Coast, ferry over to Capri and see the stunning Blue Grotto, spend a day at Pompeii or Mount Vesuvius. Whatever you do, make sure you leave a day free to see what Sorrento has to offer. As you sip your martini, consider all you can do the next day: swimming, fishing, diving, a mini-cruise or take in some bowling, walking, trekking, shopping or site-seeing around the lovely old buildings. Whatever you do, be sure to walk down the charming, narrow side streets with the copious numbers of stalls and market sellers offering diverse souvenirs and other specialties of Sorrento. The little port is well worth a visit - take the steep steps down but remember you have to walk back up and it is quite a journey. Well worth the effort I can assure you.(I have an idea there is a lift in one of the beach-front hotels, so ask about that if you think it would suit you.) An enduring memory for me - as we drove down the main street, I noticed that the trees had oranges and lemons on the same tree. A few minutes later the bus driver pointed them out and explained that they were plastic - put there for the tourists. Sorrento is well known for it’s citrus groves so I guess it’s all part of the promotion. I so adore Sorrento and place it high on my travel ‘’bests’‘. Hope you like it too."
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