Residence Halesia

Viale Corrardo Grande 21, Castellabate, Campania, 84072, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Viale Corrardo Grande 21, Castellabate.
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Travel Blogs from Castellabate

Ghost towns, goat tracks and home among gum trees

A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Jul 28, 2014

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... from the local stone with evidence of fossils in the carvings, and we were on the road (with some more of the best ice-cream yet of course!)

Our best friend, the GPS lady managed to make the rest of the day quite interesting... It started with some quite reasonable roads, albeit only about 1.5 car wide, at least there were limited cars! After about half an hour we saw a strange old town up on a hill and went to investigate. We had ...

From Sorrento to Positano

A travel blog entry by thecawleys on Jul 21, 2014

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DAY 36 Positano Must have had a bad pipy for dinner, terribly sluggish this morning so of to a very slow start, the drive was quicker than we expected, about 35mins to Positano and the drive was amazing, just as beautiful as I imagined it would be. No trouble finding this one as the trusty IPad was back on line. Our hotel had a lovely sea view balcony and didn't really want to leave it, but wandered out into the heat ( it was stinking hot ). Thought ...

Amalfi - Day 16 (afternoon)

A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... a handful of years ago so she is excited to see it again. The skies are blue, so I'm pretty sure my pixs will look like I photoshopped them but I won't need to. We were greeted from the water by the tower of the Cathedral of Amalfi. The Crypt is the resting place for the head and bones of Saint Andrew, Jesus' first disciple. There aren't any other heavy tourist traps here just the city itself. It's lined with shops, shops, and more shops. We did our best to stimulate ...

White-knuckle ride, jaw-dropping view

A travel blog entry by judydods on Apr 13, 2011

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... by how much has been excavated still intact. You could easily imagine people thousands of years ago living their lives in these houses and temples and market places. Unfortunately, it was a hazy, overcast day so we couldn't make out the volcano in the distance, but the cloud cover came in handy a bit later on, when we boarded the bus down the Amalfi Coast.

In ...

Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by salad2010 on Sep 12, 2010

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Multiple days of bus-related fun is the best way to describe our time on the Amalfi Coast. The bus drivers (who are really just boys who never grew up) all have these mischevious grins on their faces as they sit up high in the front seat of this massive vehicle, absolutely relishing the challenge of navigating what are essentially one-lane roads, avoiding the hazards of pedestrians, scooters, parked cars and of course, oncoming tour buses.