Residenza Villa Titina

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

Day 13 - The day we truly almost died.

A travel blog entry by custrdcar


... had to take turns swimming while one of us manned the boat. Not the greatest experience, but not the end of the world either. We had to have the boat back by 6:30 and we recognized the rough water would make the trip back longer so we left around 4:45 to head back to Sorrento.

The second warning sign came in the form of another boater. This time on the way back from Capri to the coast line. He made the same waving signal as the first guy. This time Erin noticed ...

Picturesque Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by filomenabiancon


... 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 ...

Napoli Cannoli

A travel blog entry by demarcnd


... section is all about Italy and she depicts it wonderfully) but before writing this, I just finished a section on her discovery of Napoli pizza, and being that she is a writer and I am not, she does a much better job at describing it than I could have. I can taste it just reading this!

"The dough, it takes me half my meal to figure out, tastes more like Indian nan than like any pizza dough I ever tried. It’s soft and chewy ...

Amazing Amalfi

A travel blog entry by baumyj


... The soil is very fertile which is also an incentive to stay. There are 4 lemon crops a year. The Pompeii basilica is a focus for pilgrims and 2 million people visit it each year. Pope John Paul visited twice and the new Pope has been once.

We could see Capri as we drove although the views were not great because it was cloudy. There is geological and fossil evidence that Capri was connected to the mainland land in the past. The island is mainly limestone and hence the ...

Almafi fever

A travel blog entry by the_cools


... 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 ...

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