Ischia Thermal Spa Resort

Address: Via A. De Luca, 42, Ischia, Ischia, Campania, 80077, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Via A. De Luca, 42, Ischia, is near Castello Aragonese, Piazza del Plebiscito, and Nitrodi Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Ischia

Positano Day 2

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

1 comment, 15 photos

... white people on the whole beach.....everyone one else, young, old, short, tall, skinny, fat were all brown as berries. We hobbled our way, most ungraciously, across the pebbles and flopped in the water :). The water was quite cool....not what we expected of the Mediterranean Sea. We stayed on the beach for the rest of the day, working on our tan's ... not sure though that we changed even 1 millionth of a shade darker. Quite ...

Napoli and Pompei

A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor on Feb 16, 2014

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... Anyway, we survived, and after sightseeing, we met with a group from the hostel and went out to get a traditional Italian meal (the restaurant was having a Valentine's Day special so it was pretty cheap). Saturday, we got up early and took a train to Pompei for the day. To put it simply, Pompei was amazing, and might be the highlight of my trip so far! It's fascinating that so much survived despite the eruption of Vesuvius and the amount of time ...

Day 49 - Rome to Pompei, Italy

A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Aug 20, 2013

... in the hot sun, not a lot if trees survived the volcano eruption! Pompei was a thriving commercial town until Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79AD burying it under a layer of burning pumice stone fragments (officially). It was amazing to see how much of the town is still there. An amphitheatre, stadium, bathhouse, even wall paintings and statues have survived on some places, it's quite amazing to see. Afterwards we did some supermarket shopping and went back to camp to cook dinner. ...

Ruins and rain

A travel blog entry by everso on May 23, 2013

40 photos

... to build with, it was later joined together by tunnels to create an underground well. After an outbreak of cholera, they closed the water source, and it became a garbage dump for years. During World War Two, the Italians decided it would make a great bomb shelter, so they began to empty the garbage. When they ran out of time, they simply covered it up , and closed all of the wells so that bombs could not fall into the shelter. They did leave open some wells that were located near ...

Boat to Capri

A travel blog entry by geeijo on Jun 12, 2012

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... lots of fun. From here we returned to the boat and were served drinks and nibbles (we did go the luxury option!) whilst sailing around the island of Capri. We saw the green grotto and some of us went into a small boat to be rowed into the blue grotto. It was way overpriced but hilarous! You had to be there I guess but the guys in the row boats all sang in the grotto and we had to sit on the floor of the boats. The water was a lovely blue from the light reflected ...