Hotel Bellevue Suite

Via Nazionale 163, 26, Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84011, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Nazionale 163, 26, Amalfi, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Arsenale della Repubblica, and Cooking Class Vincenzino.
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Travel Blogs from Amalfi

Beautiful coast

A travel blog entry by mcleishitaly on Jun 12, 2014

6 comments

Hello friends and family again.
We left beautiful Tuscany two days ago and seem to be packing so much into this trip that it feels like we left there a week ago. Since I last bolgged, we had a day in Siena and a day in Florence both amazing cities and worth a page of blog each (But not doing that!). It was very hot in Tuscany and getting back …

Fabulous ancient Pompei: a lot more walking!!

A travel blog entry by cskinnear on Sep 26, 2012

2 comments, 78 photos

... today.

After a good rest of our feet and relaxing generally, we went into the town of Pompei for dinner just 10 mins from the B&B. There is a huge church in the middle of this small town, a nice square with a fountain and lots of eating establishments. Katie picked a wild west eatery- of all places- that was surprisingly good. I had ribs - 8/10. Katie had a burger which she said was good but forgot to rate! The bill however was 5 euros too much. They charged for ...

Sorrento & Herculaneum

A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 10, 2011

23 photos

... is described as a ground-hugging avalanche of hot ash, pumice, rock fragments, and volcanic gas that rushes down the side of a volcano as fast as 70 MPH. Temperatures within a pyroclastic flow may reach 900 F, sufficient to burn and carbonize wood and once deposited, the ash, pumice, and rock fragments may weld together because of the intense heat and the weight of the overlying material.

Herculaneum was originally ...

Underground Naples

A travel blog entry by swissandy on Jul 19, 2010

2 comments

... The guide tells us that there used to be a Greek theatre in Naples, as it was settled by the Greeks many thousands of years ago. However, modern historians could find no trace of it, and assumed that it had been demolished in the name of 'progress’. However, in recent years (I forget the amount, but it could be anywhere in the last hundred) some archaeologists recognised some arch-based architecture in a few of the modern-day apartments. They bought ...

Capri, Italy

A travel blog entry by rnriggins on Jul 19, 2007

15 photos

... most famous attraction on the island is the Blue Grotto. We sailed by and saw the chaos as hundreds of tourists transfer from their boats to little rowboats so they can enter the grotto. Often it is closed because rough seas close off the small opening. As it is you have to lay flat in the rowboat while your rower pulls on this chain to get the boat through. It's quite a spectacle. Rick Steve's calls Capri a world class tourist trap. ...