Marina Di Castello Resort - Golf & Spa

Address: Via Domitiana km 35+300, Castelvolturno, Campania, 81030, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Domitiana km 35+300, Castelvolturno.
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    Day 8: Climbing Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 08, 2038

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    The Start of the South Coast Hike Day 060: 7.2 kms, 4.0 hours
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    Coro Polifonico Diocesano

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on May 10, 2014

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    ... a survey, it was attributed the name "Rione Terra - March 2, 1970 " , despite the rainy day numerous people were present at the inaugural ceremony. The project to manage the urban void created by the demolition of several buildings located between the northern side of the promontory of Rione Terra, and the route of Via Cavour, is driven by the desire to restore the collective memory and the role of commercial emporium of Puteoli in Roman times ...

    Travelling to Naples

    A travel blog entry by mardi2013 on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... that Regonale train tickets (the cheapest type of train that runs to Naples) could be bought at the self-serve machines so I used one of them to buy the ticket - it was fairly painless because it was in English. I worked out from my ticket and the departure board that I had to be on platform 19 which was really easy to find, I asked an employee whether I was on the right train and he said I had to validate my ticket first so I freaked out a little coz I hadn't seen any ...

    Cirque du Soleil Napoli Style

    A travel blog entry by oatiek on May 13, 2013

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    ... for over an hour we finally met up with everyone, toured the Royal Palace and its opulent grandeur, made a stop at the Castell dell'Ovo (Castle of the Egg) and then trudged back to our digs in Spaccanopoli.

    At this point I think Steve and I had probably walked 28 miles and were more than happy to plop on the bed for 30 minutes before we started down the dark and kind of creepy alleys looking for the world famous ...

    A climb to 4000 feet

    A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jul 02, 2012

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    ... 1.5 million people. The port is the 2nd most important in the country, Genoa being the busiest. Despite the size of the port it was really a nice place to dock because cruise ships were in one area, right off the central area of town, and the cargo area was further up the shore. Livorno was like pulling into the major industrial dock area.

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