Bleu Village

Address: Alimuri 7, Meta, Campania, 80062, Italy | Hotel
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Stepping back in time to ancient Pompei

A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Jul 30, 2014

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... when we were getting right into the swing of it, the road disappeared into a tunnel and we had a straight road for a good 4-5km. Not much further and we were off the road and trying to find a park for Pompeii!

The line was enormous! But we weren't in it for more than 5 minutes when we were told that there was another ticket office around the corner! Bonus, we made it there and were about 10th in line. Not much longer and ...

It blew our minds!!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Aug 18, 2013

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... ourselves.

When we finally got to the theatres we were yet again really impressed by the size and architecture of both theatres. One of them held 5,000 spectators and the other one held 7,500. We managed to listen in to another tour guild who told saying a few more things that our audio didn't tell us which was really interesting. We took some nice photos of us and both of the theatres before finally heading to the exit.

On the way to the ...


A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jun 08, 2013

... passage is always accompanied by tears of emotion feeling of the faithful islanders. At the end of the road Marcello Scotti, the palace Emanuele (or Scotti, sec.XIX; said "Mamozio" by the popular name of the mask that adorns the fan window of the door) determines a small crossroads. On the right take Via Vittorio Emanuele II, which goes towards Piazza della Repubblica. Along this road, on the right, stands the building of the elementary school in the heavy look of architectural form ...

Italian Adventure Tour

A travel blog entry by sarahrussell on Jun 07, 2013

... by the mafia, although you aren't aloud to call them the mafia in Italy, so our tour group referred to the as the "cupcakes" which was funny at the time. Anyway to get into the blue grotto, guys in row boats / dingys would come up to our ferry and 4 or 5 would get in, pay your €12.50 and would have to lye down in the dingy to get through the smallest hole to get into the grotto. Once in and your eyes adjusted to the light, it was ...


A travel blog entry by surban on Jun 27, 2012

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... me of Old San Juan, though they are much older. One of the gates dates back to when Sorrento was a pre-Roman Greek port.

Marina Grande is a very small fishing harbor. There are several seafood restaurants built over the water. We had my favorite dinner so far in Italy - huge local grilled Shrimp (heads still on), Gnocchi (sorrento specialty) and Eggplant Parmigiana (currently in season).