Hotel Tritone Wellness Center

Address: Via Cesotta 24 , Forio, Ischia, Campania, 80075, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Cesotta 24 , Forio, is near Giardini Poseidon Terme (Poseidon Gardens), Negombo Giardini Termali, Sant'Angelo, and Monte Epomeo.
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      Into the unknown... Searching for the familiar...

      A travel blog entry by travelmariposa on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... relationship, facing the future while reflecting on my past and living out the present, and trying to find inner strength and peace in the midst of all that has gone on in my life these past few months. Since I arrived into Italy, I have had the mornings to myself because Alfonso has had to be with his son at the hospital because of a broken thumb. I feel that this is the "make it or break it" trip. Alfonso and I have come this far and it has been a ...

      Assisi: Saints. People who inspire us

      A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 14, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... until they found the casket, just where history had said it would be. They excavated and restored the crypt. The coffin is simply a stone casket with no elaboration, except the name. It is a simple space for the casket to reside too. Nice. At one stage, the monks decided that the frescos of Giotto and Ciamabue were old fashioned and should be replaced. They began the process of replacing them, but ran out of money. It is just as well, because they would have destroyed some ...

      My weekend at the Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by ljean on Sep 23, 2013

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... though and I'm glad I'm getting to know everyone better who I came here with. On to day 3. Today we took a bus to Pompeii. I was pretty excited. I've learned so much about ancient architecture and I enjoy any opportunity I get to see it. We didn't go on a tour or anything but my friends and I explored and took pictures. I was able to pick up on a lot of things myself. I tried to guess where the poor people lived over the rich and tried to imagine what the different public spaces were ...

      Isle of Capri and Positano- busy, but worlds apart

      A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... giving us great water views of "our" village and detoured into Positano to pick up extra passengers making a total of 12 people on board.

      The trip to Capri took about two hours, in a moderate swell, along the way we passed little villages, scattered dwellings and many tiny beaches many of which were only accessible by boat on this high and rugged rocky coastline.

      Crossing the ...

      1140. A Disaster in the Making (Italy 117)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 23, 2011

      12 photos

      ... lava when King Vesuvius wakes up. Clearly we don’t want there to be an eruption and no one’s house gets destroyed! I mean, what would be the fun of that?

      Finally I reach Torre Anunciate proper, where there’s a lively outdoor market underway as well as a nice little sidewalk overlooking a port and the sea below. Here I join a couple rugged looking fellows at a little plaza overlooking the sea for my concert.

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