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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    Travel Blogs from Vitulazio

    In search of the holy grails

    A travel blog entry by pat_melinda on Jun 07, 2015

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    ... them out. Six bottles scored! In the rest of the stores, Sprite had vanished.

    With a well timed trip to Carrefour we now have a good stash of both products. But, in the near future, our hoarded supply will be gone.

    Our next trip to Carrefour could be a life changing event. I've sent an email to Cheerios. "Help me Nestle Corporation, you're our only hope." Now we know what people mean when they speak of food security. ...

    Day trip to Naples and Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by suzieb2 on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... it was to get onto the A1 heading out of Naples, and we were back in Fondi in less than 2 hours! Another great day in the books.

    This feels like the blog that will never end (for me anyway though hopefully not for you readers!), since I have been back almost a month and still not finished. I just need to wrap things up with a short entry about our whirlwind tour of Rome with Deb and Pete before Gord and I headed home. ...

    Diving a sunken city and dining Agriturismo

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

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    ... bay, and it is understood archaeological evidence proves these were the foundations of his home. A pocket of magma sits directly under the sea surface in this area, the site called 'the burning fields’, where pockets of warm air release into the water noticeable by areas of bubbles coming from the sand, or in some places, large openings of hot water rising to the surface.

    Once we arrived at the dive site on the 250hp rubber ducky, we kitted up and ...

    For the New Year

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jan 01, 2014

    ... old, who are afraid of the aloneness that you trust…. and don’t expect any understanding; but believe in a love that is being stored up for you like an inheritance, and have faith that in this love there is a strength and a blessing so large that you can travel as far as you wish without having to step outside it.” Rainer Maria Rilke,the Book of Hours. Letters to a Young ...

    24/05/13 - Day 66 - Pompeii and Herculaneum

    A travel blog entry by adamis on May 24, 2013

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    ... shell, the body decomposed, leaving an empty hollow. Archeologists discovered these hollows, and filled them with plaster, creating a mold of the victim. Looking at this molds is somewhat disconcerting, as it is easy to see that for many of the victims, their last moments were not peaceful ones.

    While the story of Pompeii and Herculaneum is a tragic one, the circumstances of their destruction offer us an almost unparalleled glimpse into what life was like ...