Holidays Fico d'India / Prickly Pear

Address: via Aldo Moro, 2, Furore, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on via Aldo Moro, 2, Furore, is near Sul Sentiero degli Dei, San Lorenzo Maggiore, and La Costiera.
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    Travel Blogs from Furore

    Better Stay Awake...

    A travel blog entry by sparsel on Mar 03, 2011

    3 comments

    Pompeii Lauren here, so today we woke up early as usual and took advantage of the free breakfast they offered.  Afterwards we decided to try and workout.  We got down the flight of stairs to only realize that it was pouring outside.  So back up the 7 flights of stairs we trekked.  Now ready with our umbrella we ventured out into the city down a block or so from our stay and found the gym, only to find out a single pass was 10E, so I decided I ...

    Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by kcs2614 on May 23, 2010

    1 comment, 81 photos

    ... lemon garden, walked through, and got free samples of Limoncello, the local drink. We stumbled upon a beautiful hotel called Europa Palace. We were quickly asked if we were hotel guests and were asked to leave when they discovered we weren't, so we decided to sit on their terrace and have a drink. This was our first view of the coast of Italy and it was amazing. We met up with the group for a great dinner at a little outside restaurant; it turned out to be cheap and ...

    Sorrento and environs

    A travel blog entry by meganandkevin on Sep 20, 2008

    20 photos

    ... bodies. Some of the bodies remain where they were found upon excavation. A little creepy but it gets the point across. One of the most fascinating things to see when walking around wasn't in the homes but on the streets. The roads were all made of stone, but you could see the marks that were made by the villagers' carts being pushed and pulled down the streets. One of the most intriguing things we found out actually had to do with the earthquake ...

    Pizzzzzzaaaaaa

    A travel blog entry by where_is_marcel on Feb 09, 2007

    ... least if you plan on spending time in Andalucia. The city has a vibe like no other and the Alhambra, the last presence of an Arabic kingdom in Spain, is a jewel of history and architecture. Tapas were quite good here as well (good, as in free, if you buy a drink that starts at around 1.20 euros!) LISBON is usually not on people's radar when they visit Europe. Isolated from the rest of the continent by the Atlantic Ocean ...