Aragona Palace Hotel

Via Porto, 12, Ischia, Ischia, Campania, 80077, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Porto, 12, Ischia, is near Castello Aragonese, Piazza del Plebiscito, and Nitrodi Hot Springs.
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    Italian recipes to try

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 11, 2013

    ... chop the pine nuts and garlic for about 45 seconds until they are very fine. 3) Add the basil, then chop for another minute. 4) Add the cheese, oil, and salt and chop until it forms a cream. 5) Put pesto into a pan and heat. Add a little olive oil at a time until it becomes more of a sauce. 6) Add the pasta and mix until it is fully coated. *********************************** Pizzette alla Melanzane (Eggplant Balls): This is a Neapolitan specialty that our neighbor gave to ...

    The deep blue goodbye

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Apr 26, 2013

    18 photos

    ... website and book 'Loreley Hotel'. As per the hotel confirmation instructions emailed to Michael, after catching the 30 minute ferry to the Island and catching a luxury convertible taxi to Anacapri we walked down to Hotel Loreley. It looked abandoned. The shutters were closed, the garden overgrown and the arrows to reception pointed to a closed patio. Confused we walked back to the taxi rank and called the hotel and after a number of phone calls, some difficult conversations in ...

    Taunting Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by jonesadventures on Sep 18, 2012

    1 comment, 82 photos

    ... We’d planned to ride to Sorrento and drop off our luggage then returning to see the sights near the volcano without our things. However, the train was packed (standing room only with our bags on top of our feet). It was hot and smelly and we got stuck next to another American woman who kept complaining/whining. So, we decided just get off at Pompeii Scavi to see the ruins and hope the train would be less ...


    A travel blog entry by tnardo on Jul 16, 2011

    18 photos

    ... that he would have enjoyed the walk down much more if he'd known we’d be taking a taxi back up!) Sprinkled all around the north side of the island are spectacular outcroppings of rock called Faraglioni. The three famous ones, surrounded by the blue-green water are on all the postcards. The kids were immediately on the beach (small, smooth rocks instead of sand and a ...

    Pizza to die for, or at least travel for!!

    A travel blog entry by kristenuj on Sep 02, 2010

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... of what i had heard. I have to say that i found it a bit enduring, in a big city kind of way. As the train neared i saw my first sets of modern buildings. Some had full glass exteriors...which, to us Americans is standard, but i have not yet seen it in any of the other cities here. The pulse of Naples (keeping in mind i spent all of 1 and a half hours here) reminds me of some of the NY suburbs where the well used exterior and reputation seem harder than ...