Lord Byron Hotel

Via Scudieri, San Giuseppe Vesuviano, Campania, 80047, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Giuseppe Vesuviano

Day 13 - The day we truly almost died.

A travel blog entry by custrdcar


... noticed that there were no other boats on the stretch that had been teeming with ships on the way out. We found out later that they had even suspended ferry service that afternoon. On the plus side though, I did see a dolphin jump completely out of the water during the chaos. At first I thought it might have been a near death hallucination but then I saw him again and I'm fairly certain he was real.

As we rounded the final corner into the calm water of Sorrento ...

Another Walking Excursion

A travel blog entry by journey_team


... from the cliff out to the sea. Half for the fancy hotel and half for the locals running a business. I take the local half, more friendly. The sun goes behind the cliffs, time for us to leave, but more excitement awaits. As we are walking back up the steps, Brendan has to take more pictures, she drops her iPhone over the railing, she screams, I think the worse. I turn and she is ready to go over the railing, I tell her stop, we need to see ...

April 10, 2012

A travel blog entry by jet-set


... the Colosseum, Pantheon, Roman Forum and all the amazing structures from ancient Rome, was spectacular. But Rome was like the political and administration centre - the capital of the Roman Empire, if you may. Pompeii, on the other hand was where the real people lived. Houses, markets, temples, and even, brothels. We knew it was huge, but nothing really prepared us for the size of it all.

We stood on the spacious ...

An afternoon drive along the Amalfi Coast!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime


... for a fact was absolutely incredible as the clear blue waters and amazing resorts were constantly seen along the route. I even imagined how it might feel living here! What an incredible life I'd have! Hehehe!

Well, I do have to admit one thing being that as exciting the ride was along the Amalfi Coast, it was also a hair-raising thriller one that kept me constantly in suspense as the ...

1205. Singing for a Lonely Immigrant (Italy 182)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


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 ...


This hotel, located on Via Scudieri, San Giuseppe Vesuviano, is near Museo Acheologico.
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