Hotel Terme Capasso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I say, "this is incredible," and a British tourist nearby responds, "An understatement." And that's exactly right. I can't find any more superlatives to capture our experience in Lake Como, so I'll let these pictures of Lenno, Bellagio, Tremezzo, and Mennagio, the villages we visited by ferry, showcase their virtues themselves. Notice how muted the pastel-colored villas are in comparison to the ...
We awoke on Sunday to another gorgeous day in romantic Ravello. Having arrived here in Thursday on a rainy evening, the weather since has been pretty perfect.
Friday dawned bright a breezy and we decided to take a little guided walking tour of the town of Ravello offered at our hotel. We met our Italian guide on the steps of the duomo on the piazza, and all together there were 9 of us from various hotels. The guide let us through ...
... we enjoyed a farm cooked meal - antipasta, fava, frittata, pasta with wild boar, baked wild turkey and potatoes. Everything either made by Filipina or sourced from a local farmer. And all washed down with the farm produced wine. What a great experience. The next morning we said our farewells and headed north again to Ravello. We decided to avoid the infamous coastal road from Minori to Ravello, and instead approached the town inland across ...
... had escaped the disaster but excavations in 1980 uncovered over 300 bodies in the boat shed shelters on what would have been the then shoreline. It is assumed that they were waiting for boats to rescue them but were overcome by the wave of superheated gases which flowed down the mountain ahead of the flows of volcanic mud. In Roman times, Herculaneum was on the shoreline; the mud flows pushed that a further 400 metres into the Bay of Naples.
... famous excavation sites in the world. Through our tour we were able to get the feel for what life was like nearly 2,000 years ago. Through the Sea Gate, a short walk took us to the city's hub, the Forum. Surrounded by lavish temples and porticoes, we began to get a feeling for the lifestyle of the inhabitants. In some of the homes we saw their original frescos still on the walls they decorated for the home's Pompeiian(?) owners (many had been moved to ...