Hotel Torre di Milo

Address: Via Nuova Chiunzi 74, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Nuova Chiunzi 74, Maiori, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Duomo.
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      Travel Blogs from Maiori

      Waiting for Vesuvius & Pompei

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 21, 2013

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      ... Also there were a number of bifold doors and windows there that looked like they were of marble, but we realised that they could have been from the plaster being injected into those spaces too (which we found out at the Antiquarium was in fact the case.)
      Quite a number of places were closed for renovation including roads which meant we had to back track at times.The roads were hard to walk along as the large paving stones were quite uneven. It is amazing to see ...

      Heading south

      A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 15, 2013

      27 photos

      ... and our hotel is opposite the beach. I can hear the crashing waves from my balcony as I write this! We've just found out that as the weather forecast for tomorrow isn't very good so we won't be going to Capri on the boat. Instead we'll travel by a small local coach to Amalfi and then up the mountain the the town of Ravello. A couple of people have said they're not going because the road is so narrow but it's something I wouldn't ...

      Acciaroli, Italy to Amalfi, Italy

      A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 26, 2013

      20 photos

      ... importance as a maritime power, trading grain from its neighbours, salt from Sardinia and slaves from the interior, and even timber, in exchange for the gold dinars minted in Egypt and Syria, in order to buy the Byzantine silks that it resold in the West. Grain-bearing Amalfi traders enjoyed privileged positions in the Islamic ports, Fernand Braudel notes. The Amalfi tables provided a maritime code that was widely used by the Christian port cities. Merchants of Amalfi ...

      Look for New Housing

      A travel blog entry by journey_team on Apr 13, 2013

      11 photos

      ... catering to the vacationer. This place is called an apartment, I think people actually live there full-time, but it is a hotel too. We will be staying for 13 days straight. No need to go look at other places, we put down a deposit.
      Now we can take a bus to Cetera, another seaside town. Ride along the Amalfi Coast again, this time actually can look around at the stupendous views. If you ever get ...

      1153. A Worthy Tourist Trap Town (Italy 130)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 26, 2011

      25 photos

      ... a flat area sandwiched between mountains on one side and seaside cliff on the other. Here there’s not one, but 4 towns packed together, and I’m going to parkbenched everyone of them. Let’s start with Sorrento proper.

      Sorrento is quite a touristy town—and rightly so. It’s a magical town, with very classy building with painted on facades, the abruptly ends at a cliff rising up into the sky. Then turn ...