Thursday, July 05, 2007

Stranded in style at the Amalfi Coast

Coming up: Report on the legendary Imperial Hotel Tramontano in Sorrento

Enjoy Food & Travel co-writer Ketil Johan Zahl and his wife Astrid Meling are spending their vacation on the Imperial Tramontano Hotel located in Sorrento on the Amalfi coast.

This legendary hotel has had guests as Goethe, Byron, Scott, Shelley, Keats, and Longfellow. James Fenimore Cooper lived here until the completion of "Water Witch", and it was here that Harriet Beecher Stowe found her inspiration for "Agnes of Sorrento". During a six-month stay, our greatest playwright Henrik Ibsen wrote his immortal "Ghosts", just here.

Through Enjoy Food & Travel, Ketil Zahl will write on his stay on this very famous hotel and from the faboulous Amalfi coast. We are certainly looking forward to it.

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