Palazzo Verone

Address: via Casa Verone, 4, Scala, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on via Casa Verone, 4, Scala, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Duomo, and Arsenale della Repubblica.
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Travel Blogs from Scala

Italian Cooking

A travel blog entry by bljohnson54 on Jul 15, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... open. The bathroom –well - guess I can move the hand towel on to the bed while I use the main towel and the layer them again. Let’s hope the toilet paper doesn’t end up in the bidet!!! The first half hour all we could hear was a couple in our group pulling their furniture around over the tiled floor. Guess all the rooms are of similar generous proportions!!

Tomorrow we start exploring the Amalfi ...

Tuesday June 3rd Paestum - Scala

A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on Jun 03, 2014

22 photos

... accuracy as you could not see one pillar behind another. The Temple was 14 x 6 pillars
Apparently Greek temples go east to west . Roman go north to south. These are all Greek.
Limestone had silica added to give orange colour.
Not being Classics students we had only really heard of Pompeii before - not Paestrum. There were so few people wandering around compared to Pompeii. Not all were tourists - 2 ...

PRESERVED RUINS OF POMPEII

A travel blog entry by darylheather on Oct 19, 2013

3 photos

After not being able to book any tours on the Amalfi coast until Sunday, the decision was made to make today our visit to Pompeii. Back towards Naples on the overcrowded train we went again, chatting to an English couple for the journey. The old Roman port city became buried in 79 A.D. with volcanic ash when nearby Mt. Vesuvius erupted. The excavations show a near intact street and city layout with all ...

Ciao Pompeii

A travel blog entry by smittee on Oct 18, 2013

47 photos

... about 25 people in the bus with few standing to go to Versuvius; it is not a bumpy ride but the driver drove like crazy making it bumpy. He dropped us at the car park where we were transferred into the small land rover type bus and taken to the neck of the crater. The walk is on a fairly steep incline of about 0.7 km on slippery ash with loose pebbles so wear very comfortable shoes. If you need to go to the bathroom go before as there are no toilets ...

The Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 09, 2013

3 photos

... the "outside" (cliff side) side of the road! I think we both agree that it's quite an experience, but one we're thankful we don't have to experience every day. The hillside is indeed beautiful and the fact that these towns were even built is amazing. I think I read somewhere that a while back (early 1900s, maybe) there was an earthquake that took out a good bit of one of the towns. Between that and the proximity to Vesuvius, ...