Villa Nettuno

Address: Via Pasitea 208, Positano, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84017, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located on Via Pasitea 208, Positano, is near Sul Sentiero degli Dei, Spiaggia del Fornillo, Spiaggia Grande, and Palazzo Murat.
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        Someone Who Knew How It Felt To Be Alone

        A travel blog entry by on Jul 11, 2013

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        ... moment - that moment when this civilisation was put to the sword as if Vesuvius was an invading enemy. And of course, the centre of this reflection was the impact of this event on the people and particularly, the individual.

        Our visit revealed that Pompeii was a thriving metropolis. Society was well defined. The houses ranged from impressive villas to modest homes. The premises of the merchants showed similar ranking. Theatres ...

        Day 15: Road trip! And Pompeii and Sorrento

        A travel blog entry by heathertunstall on Dec 15, 2012

        ... into a little store and guess what we found? DeAngelis wine! There's actually a DeAngelis winery, and so we had to of course buy some. We went to a yummy dinner, bought some crepes from a guy we're trying to get Carleigh to marry, then went back to our hotel and tried the wine. It wasn't bad, but wasn't great, but we're happy we got it anyway! It's bedtime now. Tomorrow is supposed to be 60 and sunny, and we're heading to ...

        Breath-taking Isle of Capri

        A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart on Jan 31, 2012

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        ... dying of embarrassment!

        Anyway, lunch was pannini's (bread rolls) calabrese, which were so yummy, but by my reckoning, they weren't bread rolls, they were a whole loaf of bread per person... took us 45 minutes to get through it! We had a lovely stroll around the Piazza, checking out all the old Italian men, one upping each other with tall stories, while all the Nonna's were locked up in their houses, cooking and cleaning. ...

        Wonderful Family, Wonderful Pizza

        A travel blog entry by sara.deluca on Nov 25, 2010

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        ... alla Carbonara. I had had it in a restaurant, and it was not great, but this was one of the best pasta dishes I had in Italy. She said she doesn't cook that much, but I would never have known. Actually, that makes me remember, I need to get the recipe. After that, Veronica and her Mom had to run an errand, so I stayed at their apartment and watched Revolutionary Road and played with their adorable puppy, Cherry.

        When they got ...

        Art, Art and More Art. Then Pizza

        A travel blog entry by juneauwoman on Mar 20, 2010

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        ... a wide berth. Saint Clare was inspired by Saint Francis of Assisi. One Christmas Eve she saw an image of the Bethlehem Manger on her bedroom wall. This lead, in 1958, to the Pope declaring her the Patron Saint of TV. She is also the Patron Saint of embroidery and sore eyes.

        There are beggars here but less than I've seen in some large American cities. ONe man goes up to people in church. Outside churches is a popular spot to beg. We see one lady with a ...