Amaranto Hotel

Address: via I traversa Murillo di Cardito, Afragola, Province of Naples, Campania, 80021, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Westminster/Thornton area of Afragola, is near Museum of Capodimonte (Museo Nazionali di Capodimonte) and Palazzo Marigliano.
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Travel Blogs from Afragola

Blue sky in Zermatt, and on into Italy

A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Sep 25, 2014

5 comments, 17 photos

So....have not had time to blog in a few days and will try to catch up..

When last I wrote we had just arrived in Zermatt on Saturday, and Sunday was a quiet, roam around town day. Monday we awoke to some fog, but by the time we left Hotel Bella Vista, BAMM, the sun on the Matterhorn would knock your socks off! The big rock was startlingly bright, clear and enormous above the town. We walked through town to the bottom of the Klein Matterhorn cable ...

Change in plans, Vesuvius stews

A travel blog entry by on Jul 04, 2014

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The original plan was to visit Pompei today, stopping along the way to Sorrento. That plan changed. The heat of the day just zapped us, and Colleen and I thought it better that we should head straight to Sorrento, relax, enjoy the pool, and return to Pompei tomorrow, refreshed and ready for a full day of exploring tomorrow. We were glad we did. The pool at our residence in Sorrento would have been closed at 6pm, and as it was, we did not ...

Up Pompeii...!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 04, 2013

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... br> Yesterday we spent seven hours walking up and down the streets of the old ruins and we had still not seen everything. We stopped because we were footsore, the sun was going down, it was getting cool and they were about to close for the night! These are not just any old bunch of ruins; this is a city with all its streets intact, a lot of its houses intact, tavernas, bakeries, laundrettes, two theatres, temples, baths, a square, shops, ...

To Capri and back by boat

A travel blog entry by bug23 on Jul 13, 2013

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... inside when there were only about four other boats, so we almost had it to ourselves. Our trusty pilot sang for us as we drifted around, then modestly suggested a little tip as way of appreciation. He didn't seem to appreciate the €2 we gave him, the look of disdain when he saw it was priceless. Apart from the long wait, and the ridiculous cost, it was worth seeing and worth all the hyperbole surrounding it. Then on to the main town of ...


A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jun 08, 2013

... exceptional resort is probably increased by the feeling of abandonment and peace that reigns. From the Marina Corricella al Pozzo Vecchio. From Martyrs' Square we take the steep descent of Via San Rocco, which winds between old houses of various shapes, piled and stacked next to each other. Since ancient times, this district is also called "Callias" that the Greek origin of the word, it means beautiful region and indeed the road runs along one of the most beautiful coastlines ...