Il Ducato Di Ravello

Piazza Duomo Rampe B. Gambardella, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Piazza Duomo Rampe B. Gambardella, Ravello, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Duomo.
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    Travel Blogs from Ravello

    Positano Day 2

    A travel blog entry by margie.tez on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... in front of the Sea. From there we entered the Grotto, hopped in a little row boat and our Guide rowed us around the Grotto. It was very beautiful, crystal clear, sparkling, emerald coloured water, some stalactites and stalagmites and that was about it ! Onwards from there to a little Bar for some Bruschetta and a drink and a lovely chat on the phone with Rachel, Craig and Reub's. We enquired with the owner of the bar as to ...

    Ravello to Positano

    A travel blog entry by deddans on Jun 01, 2013

    17 photos

    ... views and beautiful sculptures. Lunch was a simple affair of pasta with tomato sauce but delicious. The hotel looked after our luggage while we had a final look around town ( actually just an excuse to buy more limoncello) and they met us with the luggage and the car to take us to Positano. A lovely drive along the coast and also another reminder why were not driving ourselves. Why is it in the James Bond movies there are no other cars on the road ( ...

    Learning on the Fly

    A travel blog entry by jacquelinel on Nov 05, 2012

    19 photos

    ... car drive we were all exhausted by the time we reached the beautiful Amalfi Coast which is when the insanity truly began. We didn’t really enjoy the scenic views at this point of the trip because the roads are very narrow and extremely winding. This does not stop the cars from careening down the roads at an alarming speed. I didn’t mention the best part – there are no shoulders on either side of the road for you to move ...


    A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jun 05, 2011

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    ... Pompeii is divided into planned walks
    for two or four hours. We decide the two hour walk, have lunch and then do the
    rest. It is divided and identified quite well especially if you are into
    orientation, which I was in grade 9. When I rode my horses in the good old
    Australian bush I would often get lost because I went off the track, then I
    would say to my dog Charlie... “GO HOME” and I would follow him. Steve is
    almost as good at orientation, but not quite ...

    A perfect day at the Beach

    A travel blog entry by timscott23 on Dec 28, 2010

    42 photos

    ... br>
    The trip was sparkly and clear and around every corner were new terraced gardens, houses and bridges, and old arches and churches in impossible places, to marvel at. Very little real estate was left wild or untouched. Most of the terracing was citrus, carefully covered with netting, presumable as protection from frost.

    Amalfi had the feel of a bustling seaside town, but lacked the warm sunshine ...