Hotel Certosa Di San Giacomo

Address: Via Nazionale 1, Lauro, Campania, 83023, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Nazionale 1, Lauro.
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    "Walking with the Gods'"

    A travel blog entry by pinkfatpiggy on May 22, 2015

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    ... and the Italian's who have a great sense of humour similar to the Aussies.
    It was awe inspiring walking in the footsteps of the ancient Romans,Greeks and the Amalfian people.
    Many of the cities are adorned with sculptures of "The Gods" throughout a 3000 year period.
    Amalfi itself has a church which is dedicated to Saint Andrew who is said to be the 2nd disciple of Jesus. Andrew was captured by the Turks about 20 AD when ...


    A travel blog entry by julie_n_tim on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... every year ( a platform with the sea as a backdrop). We had a cup of tea and a coke in a cafe in the main square and spent some time walking around the town taking in the views -very relaxing. Took the bus back to Amalfi, had an ice cream on the Cathedral steps and then back to the tranquility of the terrace of Villa Analara to FaceTime home and read our ...


    A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... salon. We stopped to get Phillip a hair cut, his first paid hair cut in over14 years. The hair salon was alongside a church and as we were leaving, a wedding was beginning, so we stopped and watched the bride arrive. We walked further to the train station, picking up some tourist brochures for activities on the way. Dinner included bruschetta, lasagna and apple pie with ice ...

    The lost city

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 28, 2013

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    ... area. You could really get a feel for the atmosphere when people would have lived there and enjoyed their open-air home.

    We took the train back to Naples and walked to the famous pizza shop called Da Michele. It featured in the movie Eat, Pray, Love. They only sell two types of vegetarian pizza, but apparently it’s really good, because the wait was 2 hours! We decided to just buy some pizza from over the road, and take it to eat on the train.



    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Sep 01, 2013

    ... palace and gardens had sunk. He quickly assumed administrative duties of the château and assembled a team of conservators to oversee the various collections of the museum (Fromageot, 1903). One of Dumont’s first appointments was that of Huges Lagarde (10 messidor an III (28 June 1795), a wealthy soap merchant from Marseille with strong political connections, as bibliographer of the museum. With the abandonment of the palace, there remained no less than 104 libraries ...