Le Marelle

Address: Via G. B. Lama, 50, Furore, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via G. B. Lama, 50, Furore, is near Sul Sentiero degli Dei, San Lorenzo Maggiore, and La Costiera.
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    Travel Blogs from Furore

    Amalfi: Big miles on our feet-Big points for Italy

    A travel blog entry by hartmangoseedo on Apr 21, 2014

    26 photos

    ... a coffee within the Piazza del Duomo where the Cattedrale di Sant'Andrea dominated our view. A stunning structure with a large flight of stairs cascading up to it. It is from the early 10th Century. Inside is the crypt of St Andrew the Apostle. This Piazza is in the middle of Amalfi, the town was built all around it with half towards the mountains and half towards the sea. It seems the life of the town is here in this Piazza. Amalfi is actually not that big, population of about ...

    Sorrento (Day 1)

    A travel blog entry by paynefamily on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... an actual tour guide showing a couple around and listened in until he lead us to a display in the orc*********** where casts of village people who were caught in the lava were displayed. I had been told previously that most artifacts had been removed from the site and placed in a museum in Naples. This proved correct and all that is now within the site is remains of buildings. These remains date back 2000 years to BC and I believe were preserved by the molten lava before ...

    Beautiful Isle of Capri

    A travel blog entry by cintony on May 02, 2013

    10 photos

    ... deep turquoise blue. Quite dramatic. Back to the crowds we headed back down the hill in the funicular and enjoyed a nice coffee down by the port. At one stage I went off to find a toilet before the trip home- found some public toilets with a little old Italian lady sitting on a plastic chair at the entrance, saying the rosary! She had a statue of Mary (portable) perched beside her which she told me all about in Italian! Anyway one euro ...

    The Ruins of Pompei and Climbing Mount Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by nbrown77 on Jun 12, 2012

    27 photos

    This once thriving Roman city was buried in ash following the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Today, it provides us with a fascinating look at life in a Roman merchant city. Our guide will lead us through the excavations within the city ...

    Visiting the City under the City

    A travel blog entry by jurnie on May 04, 2011

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... early excavations of the site, occasional voids in the
    ash layer had been found that contained human remains. It was Fiorelli
    who realized these were spaces left by the decomposed bodies and so
    devised the technique of injecting plaster
    into them to perfectly recreate the forms of Vesuvius's victims. What ...