Borgo Antico

Address: Borgo Antico 83050 Senerchia AV, Palinuro, Campania, 84070, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Borgo Antico 83050 Senerchia AV, Palinuro.
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Travel Blogs from Palinuro

Taking your life in your hands!

A travel blog entry by kay_douglas on May 24, 2015

After the short bus ride from Capri to Anacapri two days ago, Craig opted to stay at the hotel while I took the local bus to Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. According to our guide book, it is recommended that you travel outbound from Sorrento on the RHS of the bus, to take advantage of the hair raising ride and incredible views. It is also recommended to get to the bus stop early, as there are always more people than capacity on the bus. I arrived 5 minutes ...

The Amazing Amafi

A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Oct 04, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... espresso, lemon soda, and two magnificent pastry creations, we caught the bus back up the hill to Ravello.

Tuesday was the day we moved on from Ravello, but because we were only going a short distance, we took the morning hours to tour more completely the duomo in Ravello as well as the Villa Rudolo, the home of the Ravello Concert series held here every August and September. The villa reportedly was built in the 1200's, and ...

Abbiamo incontrato i nostri amici

A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on May 16, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... Filipina and her son Guiseppe. This mother and son team run both the farm and the accommodation with a little outside help when needed. They make their own wine and olive oil from the farm, and Filipina makes her own pasta, bread, biscuits, preserves. We checked in, sat on the terrazzo drinking the farm wine and overlooking the coast to the west and the tiny mountain village hanging on the edge of a peak back into the hinterland. Fantastic. ...

It's bean great!

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Dec 11, 2013

4 photos

... head and the pasta passing through the small holes is like the water coming out of the head. A rotating blade cuts the long strands into shorter pieces, which are then dried, taking about three hours. Once at room temperature, the pasta is deposited into bags, sealed and put on to pallets, all by robots which was amazing to watch.De Martino's other site specialises in more traditional methods as they use bronze dyes and dry the pasta for about 8 hours, which gives the pasta ...

Salerno- Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by hailseurope2013 on Apr 25, 2013

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April 25th-26th We decided to move to the city of Salerno for our last couple days on the Amalfi Coast. Salerno had a direct train to Rome, and we were happy to do that instead of two busses, a train to Naples and switch to a train to Rome. Salerno is one of the largest villages on the Amalfi coast and has the biggest beach which made Sarah and I happy. We arrived into Salerno later than we hoped. The night before we looked at the bus schedule and were sure we could ...