Hotel Baia Turchese

Address: Lido Azzurro, Lampedusa, 92010, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Lido Azzurro, Lampedusa, is near Rabbit Beach and Isle de Lampadusa.
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    Travel Blogs from Lampedusa

    Quiet day at sea

    A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Oct 15, 2014

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    Went to the health club and had a nice workout. It was the last formal night and lobster dinner night. I didn't have the lobster though, I had the most wonderful lamb chops, perfectly cooked. And Scallops Rockefeller for an appetizer. Heavenly. We left Haifa with the cutest little Night Hawk on ...

    Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!

    A travel blog entry by mariahaag on May 22, 2013

    ... amazing. Enough gold leaf inside to start another California gold rush, and side chapels galore. The sanctuary lamp was lit, so I said a quick prayer and then after a few false starts made my way to the rooms which house Caravaggio's works. I wish I knew his secret - somehow his works, especially the beheading of John the Baptist, brought tears to my eyes. After I left, we explored a few art shops and then the plan was to meet up at the ...

    The Day of the Jellyfish

    A travel blog entry by mariahaag on May 21, 2013

    ... I was forced to plumb the depths of my subconscious when, during snorkeling, we had brief contact (not touching) with jellyfish, and the above belief is what I found there. Self revelation: I'm a wimp about things found in the water.

    The jellyfish didn't ruin the experience of snorkeling at all. It was my first time, and I now realize that the land below water is even more magical than the land above. The ...

    Back in Malta

    A travel blog entry by antoine99 on Aug 23, 2012

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    ... every bus stop and it got quite full. We went to a restaurant and we had to wait, we went to the beach and it was super full, we went to Paceville and we couldn't even dance, it was completely packed. I don't think I like Malta in Summer, i will come back when the season ends..
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    The festas

    A travel blog entry by antoine99 on Aug 21, 2012

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    ... the streets are amazingly decorated with drapes, statues and colourful lighting. I tasted the nougat and it was so good, although my friends thought it's a little bit too sweet.. There are festas happening in all towns and villages all over Malta & Gozo throughout summer, so make sure not to miss out on these great cultural events ...