Hotel Lord Byron

Address: Via G Castellaccio 21, Forio, Ischia, Campania, 80075, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via G Castellaccio 21, Forio, is near Giardini Poseidon Terme (Poseidon Gardens), Chiesa Soccorso, Sant'Angelo, and Baia di Sorgeto.
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    Travel Blogs from Forio

    Confessions of an acrophobe

    A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on Apr 11, 2015

    15 photos

    ... turning the mashed pulp in the picture below, and then she handed me the screen to pull out enough residue to make a piece of paper. Fun!

    A return trip to Sorrento on the ferry allowed us to see the villas atop the limestone and tufa (volcanic rock) cliffs over which the bus had carried us earlier in the day. A far more civilized way to return, in my view... give me a boat ride any day!


    It is likely I am never coming home!

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 09, 2014

    34 photos

    ... our spot he recommended for lunch. I loved this part of the trip as we were no longer cruising along but using some of the power that this very large boat had to offer and we were bouncing on the waves with the sunshine on our skin and the wind in our hair... well ... my hair! We past by all the sites we had already seen and passed our own hotel in Positano. On the other side of the coast it is not developed so there was lovely scenery to enjoy until ...

    Mount Vesuvius and Herculaneum

    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on May 24, 2014

    11 photos

    ... which, apart from the fact it is much smaller, is quite different to Pompeii. It was only about 20 hectares with around 4,000 people, was more of a residential and resort area than a commercial centre and was right on the beach. Today only 4.5 hectares are visibly open as the new town butts right up to what has been excavated. Pompeii on one side of Vesuvius was covered in ash and poisonous gases so everything was burnt, while Herculaneum on the other side of the mountain, ...

    On the road again...

    A travel blog entry by wendy2007 on Oct 19, 2013

    27 photos

    ... can really want to take even less stuff....

    Made it in plenty of time, bought the 4,10 euro ticket to Naples and sat on the train for 20 minutes waiting for it to take off. So glad I got there early as I took up two seats, one for me and one for my luggage, but there is no getting around it... by the time we left the place was packed. Met a nice couple from Brazil on the way to Naples, we asked a young Italian couple about the correct stop to get off at and they kindly ...

    23/05/13 - Day 65 - Naples Archaeological Museum

    A travel blog entry by adamis on May 23, 2013

    10 photos

    ... Luckily, there are quite a few large windows in the museum, so many of the galleries were just as well lit as if they'd had power! On the flip side, there were some, including the Egyptian galleries, that didn't have any windows, and had to be closed off because they were too dark to navigate safely. Still, there were quite a few things to see, including an impressive collection of statues and frescos recovered from Pompeii and Herculaneum, along ...