Villa Fiorella

Address: Via Marina Della Lobbra, Massa Lubrense, Campania, 80061, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via Marina Della Lobbra, Massa Lubrense, is near Museobottega della Tarsialignea (The museum/workshop of inlaid wood), Marina di Puolo, Punta del Capo, and Bay of Naples.
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Travel Blogs from Massa Lubrense

Pizza, Pasta, Pompeii

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 23, 2014

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... enough I could hear her as if she was standing right in front of me. Not only was this incredible to experience for ourselves, but the hands on involvement that Lello was organizing was so much more engaging then walking around with a little audio guide or something like that.

After the theater we headed into the streets of ancient Pompeii and we immediately noticed some interesting things about the roads. The first and most obvious were the raised ...

Positano Day 2

A travel blog entry by margie.tez on Aug 09, 2014

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... were allowed down onto the beach that we could see about 120 meters directly below us ! "YesYes" he said "Just walk down the road about 15m's climb the wall and walk down the 400 steps and you are there". We did just that .... only to find a beach with not a single grain of sand on it but covered in big pebbles ! Oh well, we were so hot by then we just wanted to go in the water. So we strip off ....... we are both glowing white, the ...

Amalfi: Big miles on our feet-Big points for Italy

A travel blog entry by hartmangoseedo on Apr 21, 2014

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... my two favorite (and old, heeheehee) Italian men Pete Occhialini and Charles V. Gabri is: With the way these men walk with their clasped hands behind them, does this mean they walk all this time in complete silence? The reason I ask is everyone knows Italians can not speak without the use of their hands, so?? Of course Mike packed us a lunch. Remember we are not spending money in these pricey cafés. We sat on a park bench, like an old Italian couple, and ate our lunch ...

Getting lost in Sant'Agata

A travel blog entry by thestrongfamily on Jan 07, 2014

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... day and soon we were down to short sleeves, clambering up what we presumed was the path that would take us to where we thought we were going. We could see where we wanted to go, as high above us we could see the plantation of pine trees on top of the ridge. Anyway we made our way round a few gullies, but the path had virtually disappeared by this point and it was obvious we had stuffed up somewhere. The boys were complaining that ...

Positano - Day 16 (morning)

A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Sep 23, 2013

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... two. Shopping is the big tourist draw. The water is clear and the beach is pebbled with black smooth rocks. My guess is that they'd feel great after a dip. The water is crystal clear and is very inviting in the heat. But we don't have time or suits. We stepped into the Church of Santa Maria Assunta. It was originally the 12th-century abbey of the Benedictine monastery. The dome is covered in majolica tiles. Above the main altar is a Black Madonna, which ...