Residenza Villa Titina

Address: Corso S Agata 22/24, Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Campania, 80064, Italy | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

    Picturesque Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by filomenabiancon on Sep 11, 2013

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... taken via the untolled roads. It started off quite scenic and pleasant, however after several hours we wished we were already there. We eventually arrived at the turn off to the Amalfi Coast and made our way to Sant'Agata until we misinterpreted a turn and went the wrong way, so we were instructed to make another turn to take us back to where we should have been, however that turn was down a very narrow, winding ...

    Praiano and Back to Ravello

    A travel blog entry by sueandrenze on Apr 16, 2013

    4 comments, 34 photos

    ... all have magnificent grounds. One is Villa Eve which is now owned by one of the hotels and used for weddings and other functions. The main villa in the town is Villa Cimbrone which overlooks the whole coastline, see the following for details rone It had gone into ruin until redeveloped in the early 20th centurt by an Englishman, Lord Grimthorpe. The views from the gardens are sensational.

    Rather ...

    Pottering in Pompei

    A travel blog entry by muggie on May 01, 2012

    5 photos

    ... seat rows so I'm guessing that it is already being used. There was a temple that was built in the second century BC so Pompei is REALLY old. From what I could dig up, the majority of the city was built in around 600BC so long before the birth of Jesus. Rome really did rule the world for a long time. The Kids sat in a tavern (that's what we thought it was) on the benchtop and enjoyed the coolness out of the sun. Perhaps the thing that I liked the most was walking ...

    Almafi fever

    A travel blog entry by the_cools on Sep 10, 2010

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... up with the Positano bus, which went past the Grotto Dello Smeraldo. Time was on our side as when we arrived at the grotto there was only 10 minutes until closing time. The grotto is a sea cave illuminated with a beautiful green light coming from the watery entrance. This was pretty interesting and cool, but as the boat was rocking a bit, all our photos turned out blurry.

    Back up to the bus stop to continue on to Positano, unfortunately we ...


    A travel blog entry by andrewhegerty on Jul 16, 2010

    ... at me, then said wait here and ran off. He came back a minute later with a bottle of ammonia and started pouring it all over the sting and looking at it more carefully. Then with the confidence of a doctor he said "don’t worry, it will stop hurting in about an hour". Well it has been an hour and it is still hurting so back to medical school for him.