Villino Castellano Apartments

Address: Via del Lauro 45, Meta, Campania, 80062, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located on Via del Lauro 45, Meta, is near Spaccanapoli, Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), and Correale di Terranova Museum.
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      The Italian Job

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 15, 2014

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      The lost city

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 28, 2013

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      ... area. You could really get a feel for the atmosphere when people would have lived there and enjoyed their open-air home.

      We took the train back to Naples and walked to the famous pizza shop called Da Michele. It featured in the movie Eat, Pray, Love. They only sell two types of vegetarian pizza, but apparently it’s really good, because the wait was 2 hours! We decided to just buy some pizza from over the road, and take it to eat on the train.


      Meta on the Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by dbenton on Oct 01, 2013

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      ... decided to stay in Meta which is a proud little town 5 kilometers from Sorrento. Sorrento is Cinderella & Meta is sleeping beauty. Not many have found her charm yet so keep that on the down low. Our favorite restaurant is Ninuccio's where Luigi has had an agreement with the owner for over 20 years to provide a 4 course meal and a bottle of wine for only €12!! Bellisimo!! Best pastry shop is Romano's. We can't say enough about staying in the ...

      Sardegna and Corsica

      A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 01, 2013

      ... Sardinian people are bilingual in the language of their mainland and in their own tongue (of which there are several versions). This is essentially a form of old Italian with a grammar astonishingly close to Latin, but with a vocabulary that reflects the island's rich history of colonisation and trade, showing traces of Phoenician, Catalan, Arabic, Spanish and more. Balzac wrote of Corsica that it is "a French island basking in Italian sun". By contrast, D H Lawrence ...

      I see dead people

      A travel blog entry by cgpolicastro on May 30, 2013

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      ... buildings and political ones as well. It lends some credence to the climactic rant from Boondock Saints 2 in which the characters shout:

      Men build things, and then we die. It's in our DNA! That's what we do!
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