La Tonnara Hotel

Address: Via Marina Chiaiolella 51b, Procida, Campania, 80079, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Marina Chiaiolella 51b, Procida, is near Castello Aragonese, La Mortella, Piazza del Plebiscito, and Nitrodi Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Procida

A cappuccino at midnight

A travel blog entry by travelmariposa on Aug 29, 2014

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... the company of good friends is truly living la dolce vita. At the table, we are nourished in body and spirit, and our soul is also healed in the midst of life's many challenges. Communion is more then just our Sunday Eucharist but extends to our daily nourishment at the table. A cappuccino at midnight is the extra bit of power and energy that pushes you through and revives your spirit, it is that continued conversation and communion with friends which heals the ...

Coro Polifonico Diocesano

A travel blog entry by salaney1 on May 10, 2014

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... the medieval and sailor indicate "ground" the village or the city, almost as opposed outright to the sea. That the heart of the ancient city was right here, on this tufa rock with its 33 meters above sea level juts between the Gulf and Bay Nisida, had already been told by ancient authors, especially from the greek geographer Strabo , who lived in ' Age of Augustus, who in his "Geography" , after pointing out that Pozzuoli (or rather, as ...

Day 19 Friday Last Day in Positano

A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 13, 2013

... the 2 Sue's each found some goodies. We all then headed for the beach to find a restaurant for lunch and a glass of wine which included calamari, pizza and ravioli. Thinking we should do a bit more exercise to counteract the lunch we headed up the road to explore the other end of the road and to do a bit more shopping along the way. After a long walk up the road ...

Last But Definitely Not Least

A travel blog entry by gatormark on Jul 03, 2013

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... see a tunnel leading underneath the room, this was used by slaves to build fires underneath the floor. The final stop would be the fridgidarium, or the cold room, here the bather would take a plunge in a pool of cold water. The large atrium of the bath house is still covered in elaborate mosaic tiles, even 2000 years after it was built.

In Mark's Latin studies, he followed the story of Lucius Caecillius Iucundus, a powerful business ...

To The Top - A Rock at a Time!

A travel blog entry by jacquelinel on Nov 07, 2012

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... in the Bath House. It was about this time we started trailing behind a group who had a guide. Unfortunately their guide was speaking Chinese so we didn’t know what they were saying but we could at least look at the same highlights of the ruins.

On our return from Pompeii we stopped for breakfast groceries in Minori, and because we were tired we bought some pizza opting for a relaxing evening in rather than venture out again. On the way ...