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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      Sept. 21: Amalfi to Nerano (anchorage)

      A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... See.... Watch us go.... Bye bye Amalfi..... See you next week. Upon our departure from Amalfi, and heading North this is one of my favorite cruises..... along the Amalfi coast by sea. It is exquisitely dramatic, with all its hotels, magnificent villas and one very narrow road, etched into the side of the cliff, picariously balanced on the edge of a cliff 100s of feet in the air. When you travel this switch back, very narrow road, it is frightening and terrifying. 95% ...

      The year was 79 AD & then paradise found (agai

      A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... about costs for a taxi, the lady then said wait a minmento and sought her husbands help, he said that they could possibly complete a delivery although the cost of taxi is around 125 euro. We said sorry, not at that price. He sought a conversation in Italian with his wife, next thing his son is said to be available to assist our travel plans at a very reduced price of 90 euro. The Don made a bad guy offer of tops 60 euro which was greeted with no no no and then I made ...

      The Can Can

      A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Nov 17, 2013

      12 photos

      ... the process rejects anything that is a different size, shape or colour to the tomato or bean being processed.

      Members of the Personnel team described the process of taking on 700-1000 extra staff across all sites to cope with the huge workload of the tomato season (1-2 months long). The majority of the new staff are local people- either housewives or students looking for temporary work. It's the departments responsibility to ensure everyone has ...


      A travel blog entry by jamurphy on Jul 19, 2013

      8 photos

      An early start today... We met our driver Genarro at nine, ready for our drive to Mount Vesuvius. The road was long and windy ( thanks Beatles!!) and we all couldn't help nodding off. Once there off we trekked with the aid of the stick we were conned into donating to.. Up the dusty dry path, every step imagining the lava flowing from the mouth. We were fortunate the clouds were shading the sun, otherwise it would have been extremely warm. Great views of the ...

      Amazing Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by glares.travels on Apr 19, 2013

      6 comments, 13 photos

      ... down over the village. It was very pretty and the sea a brilliant blue, but I must say after having been to Cinque Terre, I wasn't blown away. Struggling to put my finger on the difference, I wondered how I would feel if we had been to Positano first?

      We wandered down the shop-lined street (with a few stops - Dean and Gidge being very patient) to the beach. It was rather warm and April and I were dying to get our feet ...