Bleu Village

Alimuri 7, Meta, Campania, 80062, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Meta

Beautiful Positano

A travel blog entry by funinitaly


... on their towels on the pebbly beach, trying to get a tan! We are rugged up in jeans and jackets - they are the crazy ones!

After breakfast, we wandered around looking at the shops for a while, then back to the
B&B before catching the bus to Amalfi town. Wow – what an adventurous drive. There were several times where the bus had to back up or wait for a car to back up so that, one at a time, we ...

Rome to Sorrento

A travel blog entry by funinitaly


... we loved the masterpiece sculpture of Apollo and Daphne, where Daphne is turning into a tree. Our English speaking guide, Ana Maria, said it is “like a play in the theatre of marble”!

Access to the gallery is limited to just two hours, so we saw as much as we could before our time was up. We then decided to walk back to our B&B. We got a little lost in Villa Borghese – the park surrounding the ...

Italy... La dolce vita... Positano.

A travel blog entry by eirantrethowan


... has happened now so I can rest easy the remainder of trip. So after boarding the plane without having to really run which has happened a couple of times on holiday I decided to use the two hours to rest. We landed in Naples airport and our abrupt young Italian man edwardo, proceeded to take a to the car. Of which we spent the next hour watching the coast if sorrento to get to positano and speaking with edwardo who we found it was being worked to the bone wij 15hr days and no days off ...

Under all the ash...

A travel blog entry by rhys_raelene


... Vesuvius. We had a fun ride through the streets of Pompei, Rhys had a run in with a dog, which he ended up kicking to stop it from barking/biting him. We thought we were heading in the right direction until we came to a large steel gate stopping us from going any higher, very annoyed Rhys turned around and went into a car park which was selling tickets to go up Mt Vesuvius in a unimog. Rhys asked the man where the road up Mt Vesuvius was and was informed you could not drive ...

Exploring Amalfi

A travel blog entry by emma-glyn


... front and saw a small boat that was about to leave. I asked what it was so we made a quick decision to buy a ticket and hop on. It was a boat along the coast that dropped us off outside a cave. The boat ride over was gorgeous because it was boiling hot and was quiet so felt like we almost had the boat to ourselves. When we reached the cave we had to pay another 5 euros to get in and get on a ...


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