Lord Byron Hotel

Address: Via Scudieri, San Giuseppe Vesuviano, Campania, 80047, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Scudieri, San Giuseppe Vesuviano, is near Museo Acheologico.
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Travel Blogs from San Giuseppe Vesuviano

The Amalfi Coast, Pompeii and White Nights

A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 18, 2014

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... serpentine turns along the way...poor Karen. We shopped for beautiful inlaid mahogany, colorful ceramics, limoncello candies, and hand-made scarves. It's a beautiful city with a charming old town center.

Our next stop was Positano where we dined at a local restaurant for lunch. There were beautiful views overlooking the city, fresh pasta, pizza, and local wine - a wonderful meal! Afterwards Karen and Cathy shopped for some linen ...

Private drivers and Tour Guides

A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Sep 06, 2013

... in Maranello with the Enzo Ferrari House Museum in Modena, around 1 km from the station. Shuttle bus tickets Visitors of one museum: €11 round trip ticket and €6 one way ticket. Visitors of both museums: €10 round trip ticket and €6 one way ticket. The ticket can be bought on the shuttle bus, at the museum or online. For further information, contact the Ferrari Museum at museo@ferrari.com or call Vivara Viaggi at + 39 (0) ...

It blew our minds!!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Aug 18, 2013

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... saw the famous man of Pompei. He is the most recognisable man in Pompei because he is crouching down and looks like he is preying.

We were getting through the audio guild in good time. We headed up to the north of the city where the city gates leads to another city called Herculaneum which got destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius. Unfortunately we didn't have tickets or time to go there.

North of the city is where all the posh house were. Some of ...

The Chaos of Napoli

A travel blog entry by tknoepke on Mar 29, 2013

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So, after so many months being in Italy, I decided to finally see the city of Naples and the National Archaeological Museum there. I have heard some disturbing rumors about the city, but I still wasn't quite prepared for it. Stepping out of the train station, I was struck with an avalanche of noise. And if that was difficult to get past, then you had to still overcome the smell. The city is covered in garbage and apparently people like to just smash on their car horns ...

1205. Singing for a Lonely Immigrant (Italy 182)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 07, 2012

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Day 076: 4.0 kms, 2 hours

For the next stretch I manage to get off the main road and follow a back path past orchards and old villas to the next town, the larger town of San Guisseppe. Here I sit to strum in front of a grand cathedral with a Greco-Roman fašade with statues all along the roof—quite different from any church I've seen. Here I’m joined by a ...