Albergo De Rosa

Address: via orti 28, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on via orti 28, Maiori, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Duomo.
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Travel Blogs from Maiori

The Italian Job

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 15, 2014

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... distance. Hopefully there’s no rooster! ...

Dangerous Roads Ahead

A travel blog entry by mrush on Sep 11, 2013

45 photos

... my now ex-boyfriend who's existence has been deleted from all photos, but can be seen in the extra place setting at the table].

After visiting Cinque Terre, Amalfi was a bit of a disappointment. Cinque Terre was breathtaking at every turn and Amalfi seemed a little run down. I can't say we ventured too far, only taking one quick trip to a neighboring town which did give me a little more appreciation for the area.

The Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by mltrustgod on Sep 10, 2013

... in Sorrento, the bus is filled to overflowing, including someone needing a "Barf. bag". ml sits in the very front seat of the bus and each time we round a curve, if seems like this is it. I can only hope the photos tell the story. Amalfi hugs the cliffs leading down to the ocean. no beaches", no sand, just ocean, small boats and many,many, many steps. We take a short walk ...

Monday June 17

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Jun 17, 2013

... than the other towns and has the nicest beach (longest with slightly less stones). Our accommodation Casa Raffaello Conforti is very nice and close to the main road. We did not have to walk far with our luggage. Ron lost his hat today. He left it on the SITA bus. This is a record, it is the longest time that he has kept a ...

Sorrento, Amalfi & Herculaneum

A travel blog entry by chris_n_tony on May 02, 2013

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... it wasn't a museum made of paper, but a former paper mill turned into a museum! It dated back to the 14th century, powered by the river that flows down from the nearby mountains. Really interesting. Apparently Amalfi is famous for its paper made from cotton - it is still used by the Vatican for important documents because it will last for centuries. We caught a ferry back to Sorrento and enjoyed the different view of ...