Panorama Hotel

Address: Via del Mare 67, Giugliano in Campania, Campania, 80014, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Aurora area of Giugliano in Campania, is near Amphitheatre Flavius, Lago d'Averno, Cumae (Cuma), and Sibyl's Cave (Antro della Sibilla).
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Travel Blogs from Giugliano in Campania

The buried city

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy on Dec 07, 2013

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... influence on the architecture an amphitheater, baths and forums are just some of the amazing ruins left to view.

Ash casts of some of those that died after the eruption are on display. The bodies are in positions that would suggest they are shielding themselves away from the ash that was coming for them.
Men, woman, children and animals were on display.

The harsh reality of nature and the beast within was clearly shown by the eruption that took out an entire city. ...

Sardegna and Corsica

A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 01, 2013

... Sardinian people are bilingual in the language of their mainland and in their own tongue (of which there are several versions). This is essentially a form of old Italian with a grammar astonishingly close to Latin, but with a vocabulary that reflects the island's rich history of colonisation and trade, showing traces of Phoenician, Catalan, Arabic, Spanish and more. Balzac wrote of Corsica that it is "a French island basking in Italian sun". By contrast, D H Lawrence ...

Ruins and rain

A travel blog entry by everso on May 23, 2013

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... to build with, it was later joined together by tunnels to create an underground well. After an outbreak of cholera, they closed the water source, and it became a garbage dump for years. During World War Two, the Italians decided it would make a great bomb shelter, so they began to empty the garbage. When they ran out of time, they simply covered it up , and closed all of the wells so that bombs could not fall into the shelter. They did leave open some wells that were located near ...

I'm happy, hope you're happy too...

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on Jun 24, 2012

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... walls and rubble, the site has been and is still undergoing a rebuilding process for certain areas. Gardens for instance have been replanted, certain buildings have been partially rebuilt and re-roofed fountains for drinking water have been repiped, this in particular is great for the tourism. I am glad the sewerage reconstruction never got off the ground though. Or is it did get off the ground? Sewerage in Pompeii used to flow down the centre of the streets, with walkways ...

1195. Cozy Main Street (Italy 172)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 04, 2012

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... narrow streets to it’s Main Street where I take my video clip with a backdrop of Christmas lights creating the Italian flag, hoping it will be bright enough. A couple old men chat nearby and don’t seem to mind my peculiar ...