Hermitage Capua Hotel

Address: Strada Statale Appia Km. 195,480, Vitulazio, Campania, 81050, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Strada Statale Appia Km. 195,480, Vitulazio.
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    Napoli / Pompei

    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... a Metro and a tram. Just jump on any train heading for Sorrento, they run every 45 mins to an hour. And it cost €3.90 one way - what more could you ask for? As I just mentioned, 5 or so stops further will bring you to Sorrento from which you can discover the Amalfi Coast; I wasn't able to do this unfortunately due to time constrictions but I hear it's incredible. ---- My third and final night in Naples has been cool - a Californian girl ...

    Diving a sunken city and dining Agriturismo

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... into the water. All good. Kair our instructor/guide, another couple (German and Italian), and a German man accompanied by a dive centre assistant were ready to go. We started to descend, but already I wouldn’t sink. My dive books from our diving course recorded my weights to be 13kg. Kair and Jan insisted this was far too much, and told me to take 6kg. Kair resurfaced after my trouble and told me to pull myself down using the buoy chain. I pulled myself down ...

    Walk to Pontone

    A travel blog entry by the4wades on Oct 02, 2013

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    After breaky we got our stuff together and headed off for a walk up into the hills directly behind Amalfi. We'd come across some info that suggested this was worthwhile as it takes you through the numerous lemon groves and by old derelict paper mills and an iron works. It was a hot start as the path immediately morphed into a long winding cobblestones staircase that seems to go for kilometres. Things improved when the path went to dirt and followed the valleys river under a ...


    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jun 08, 2013

    ... we turn our backs to the North and to the mainland to inerpicarci in the historic center island, across the road called the "Channel" . This name replaces the common speech the official one via Vittorio Emanuele II , since the very narrow road, before the creation of the drainage system, brought water from above. Paths hundred meters you will arrive in front of a ' shrine dedicated to Our Lady, on the corner of two streets. Right newsstand votive, over the Church of San Leonardo ...

    On the rail again and off to Naples

    A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson on May 10, 2013

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    ... with multi-storey buildings of all ages smothering the rocky faces of the mountains and demanding amazing ingenuity in terms of their means of access. Again, these engineers and builders are bold people!!

    Our hosts are on the phone to give directions then help us hassle with our somewhat irascible taxi driver about his fare! Ricardo's Mama and two family friends show us our poky little abode with ...