Villa dei D'Armiento

Corso M.Crawford 79, Sant'Agnello, Campania, 80065, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corso M.Crawford 79, Sant'Agnello, is near Spaccanapoli, Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), and Correale di Terranova Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Sant'Agnello

    Positano Day 2

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

    15 photos

    ... our rather quick ascent of the 400 steps back up to the road :), holding up very well to all the walking and climbing. Back to Positano for dinner and a few drinks and the hope of some music. But alas, there was to be no music .... no where here seems to have music, strange. Oh well, we ended up with the owner of the restaurant joining us and giving us his very strong political views on life.....Glen and Gina, he was a ...

    Capri and the day of the smiling experiment!!

    A travel blog entry by amoreitaly on Aug 01, 2013

    19 photos

    ... on a boat to be shown the sights around the island. The first stop is the blue grotto, and on approach we're told it's closed due to the rough water. This is because the entrance to the grotto is so tiny even entering on a calm day you have to lie in the row boat to ensure you don't hit your head. So all I have is a photo of the entrance! I'm annoyed to say the least, as if I'd known it was closed, I wouldn't have come here. So I kick myself for not asking the B&B ...


    A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013 on Apr 21, 2013

    11 photos

    ... Joaquin de Alcubierre in 1748. The objects that lay beneath the city have been well preserved for thousands of years because of the lack of air and moisture. These artifacts provide an extraordinarily detailed insight into the life of a city during the Pax Romana. During the excavation, plaster was used to fill in the voids between the ash layers that once held human bodies. This allowed one to see the exact position the ...

    The Island of Capri

    A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 16, 2012

    79 photos

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    Beautiful Landascapes

    A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn on Jun 17, 2011

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... her want I wanted for Channing and me. I walked out of there with two of the best sandwiches I have ever had in my life. She filled it full of fresh mozzarella, fresh proschuitto, fresh herbs, olive oil, and fresh tomatoes (by the way the tomatoes here in Italy are to die for). It was actually very cute, they were a young couple, obviously a family business, and ...