Best Western Hotel La Perla

Address: Via SS Domitiana, Km 38.3, Castelvolturno, Campania, 81030, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via SS Domitiana, Km 38.3, Castelvolturno, is near Cumae (Cuma).
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      Travel Blogs from Castelvolturno

      Day 9: Pompei

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 09, 2038

      91 photos

      ... houses—sometimes, beautiful artwork, sometimes just childish scribblings. You see the social classes—some bigger mansions, and some smaller, simpler homes… but you notice that every home was built with precision, built to be beautiful, built to last. You see neatly cut paving stones and drainage ditched in each street, and houses carefully built around open pools and courtyards to make maximum use of light—the more you look, the greater admiration ...

      Onto Sorrento, from Rome

      A travel blog entry by cjasko on Apr 14, 2014

      2 comments

      ... walked thru the columnade
      demarking st Peters square and walked underground to the bus barn you would never know is there. The huge buses all park there, underground and within a block of the Vatican.

      we are traveling Souuth west now, will be in Sorrento this afternoon. We will tour a factory doing in-laid furniture, visit Pompeii, drive the Amalfi coast in small busses, then go to Isle of Capri.

      hmmmm, no one mentions sleep!8
      ...

      Travelling to Naples

      A travel blog entry by mardi2013 on Dec 02, 2013

      6 photos

      ... been wanton to cry with nerves and fear). I am on a top bunk which sucks lots but at least I'm here and I have a bed. I've met one of the roommates, I don't know his name but he is French). Our first encounter was a bit awkward because his card wouldn't work and I thought he had a big backpack and I was like are you sure you're in this room all the beds are taken and he was like yeah this is my be here (awks); then later he asked where I was from so I asked where he was from and ...

      And if you close your eyes ...

      A travel blog entry by khseuro13 on Sep 14, 2013

      3 photos

      ... for a water tunnel (never built) saw an almost intact city then searched for treasures. Even today, hand excavation continues as only 75% of the city has been completed.

      A pretty amazing place!
      After a quick stop at the markets, where the kids practised their new found ‘bartering' skills, many came away with some unique, well-priced family gifts.
      Heading down the Amalfi coast, camera’s ...

      On a bus to rest our feet to visit Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jun 20, 2013

      ... and paddocks of it), growing wheat which is full of poppies and other weeds (with an estimated yield of 3tons/ha and corn with mixed yields, they do this all in small 1Ha paddocks and often having two crops side by side in the same paddock). It looks terribly inefficient! There were also olives and kiwi fruit which seemed to be performing well. Traveling past Naples to the south of Italy is Pompeii. Once there you can see the ruins of a city ...