Villa dei D'Armiento

Address: 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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      Capri and Sorrento

      A travel blog entry by karina.evans93 on Jul 12, 2013

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      Today we went to Capri. We had to catch a ferry which took about 45 minutes from Naples. Before we boarded the ferry Bec gave us a few suggestions as to what we could do. Some of the things were just relaxing on the beach, hiring a boat with a maximum of 9 people for€80, seeing the blue grotto and also taking a bus to other towns or climbing a mountain. I chose to do the blue grotto which is a cave where the ocean flows into and when the light comes ...

      Buon Natale

      A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Dec 18, 2012

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      ... Eve mass begins. * Live clams, le vongole veraci for the Vermicelli or Spaghetti alle Vongole that is served as the primo piatto. Pretty good starter if you like clams. *salt cod, il baccalà, served fried, in vapore or baked as the secondo. Not a personal favorite, this dish! *the obligatory Christmas Eel, il capitone. Definitely an acquired taste, it is typically fried and seems to find its way to the Christmas Eve table whether it is eaten ...

      1154. Another Stunning View (Italy 131)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 26, 2011

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      Day 064: 1 hour, 2.0 kms



      I find a street that follows right along the edge of the cliff, until I come to another lookout point jutting out. Here, I have no difficultly finding someone to take a video clip for me… but getting him to take it just ...

      Ruins & Roads

      A travel blog entry by brittej on Oct 23, 2011

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      ... made our way back to the Circumvesuviana for the short trip to Pompeii excavations. The majority of the structures in Pompeii collapsed under the weight of the volcanic ash material and most of the flammable materials were destroyed by fire carried by the ash. This different method of destruction resulted in Pompeii looking less like a "ghost town" and more like your typical Roman ruins. Additionally, the fact that Pompeii was buried under much less and softer ...

      Fire and Brimestone

      A travel blog entry by laven on Oct 19, 2010

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      ... as they reached the freeway we were travelling.

      Once we reached the entrance to Pompeii there was a buzz as eight of my group and another ten from other Harvest pilgrim groups (all Australians) met Elvira, our tour guide for the ruins of Pompeii. We already had a number of opportunities to spend time looking at Roman ruins in Rome itself with the forum, temples, Castel Sant' Angelo, and so forth; what made Pompeii immediately special was that many of the ...