Royal Hotel Montevergine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Hotel Montevergine Ospedaletto D'alpinolo
Travel Blogs from Ospedaletto D'alpinolo
... Finally I try a narrow alley and… sure enough, it takes me to this ancient, somewhat decayed old town. There’s an old nun cloister here and many ancient castle like family estates here—quite interesting to wander around… clearly a lot of history here, not just another suburb. While strumming in a shady park, I’m joined by an older fellow on a bicycle with a very interesting story. Angello is a retired chemical engineer ...
... Lilino who was happy to see us.
Next we popped into Angela and Toni’s house – son of Maria & Vicenzo Golia. Of course they also want us to eat but we had to return to Lina and Toni’s for lunch as their son Libero was coming home from work. This was delicious and then at night we went back to Tonino & Angela's for what was supposed to be a light dinner but WAS NOT. Pleasant evening together. It certainly is cold here but we leave ...
... amp; admin. Also had to try the Jacuzzi.
The Plan was to go to Pompeii but on relooking we decided to check our Herculaneum. This place was more preserved due to the Volcano eruption that was covered by flows of pyroclastic rock that solidified to 16 metres thus preserving it better than Pompeii. It was on the ocean but the ocean moved back by about 1/2k. I will admit not 1/2 as big as Pompeii ...
... steps past UHF church to the square get a ticket at the tobbacini and get the bus. " Before we knew it our bags were strapped on the buggy and going into the sunset. We asked the guy " can we trust you" he pulled down his glasses smiled and said "of course " lol. We find the tobacconist buy a ticket and get on the bus. We are not sure where to get off because the bus driver just says he goes past the hotel. It's too funny. We arrive at he hotel but have to wait ...
... of bible stories on the side of the road. There was a little handmade model of Nazareth built into the cliff. Lots of tiny buildings and people just on display for travellers passing through to look at. There was a quick stop in Furore, a town built upon one tiny beach and a ceramic shop, and then it was on to Amalfi itself. The first thing we did upon arriving was hope onto a boat and view Amalfi from the water, which ...