Venus Park Hotel

Via Domitiana km 34, 900, Castelvolturno, Campania, 81030, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Castelvolturno

Pompeii-day 11

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud


... ate since they didn't cook at home much, I like that idea! We saw the forum, basilica... We walked around for about an hour, the boys mostly whined, but occasionally showed interest. We ended at the brothel, which I knew had frescoes of the various..... Services.... That were offered. They had little rooms with stone beds... I told karl it was like a hotel. When we got out I told mark I thought it was interesting! Kurt said yes he saw the pictures of that man having sex.... So ...

Travelling to Naples

A travel blog entry by mardi2013


... like can't you tell by the accent (in my stupid and headache wracked brain I couldn't tell) so I was like I dunno Italian haha ... So now he probably thinks I'm stupid. I think I might have a nap now to get rid of my headache. The receptionist gave me lots of stuff to do but it's raining and I have a pounding headache so I think I'll sleep and mull round here until 7 and then I'll go to dinner with hostel people. Pompeii and walking tour tomorrow and I'll do the stuff she ...

Pompeii, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast Drive

A travel blog entry by dseals


Ciao! Yesterday we drove south on the Amalfi Coast to Salerno then cut up through the hills to the A-3 highway toward Pompeii. As we were driving north you could see Mount Vesuvius, the volcano that erupted in 79 AD, that wiped out 5 towns, Pompeii being the largest. That was our destination for the day. Pompeii originated in 200 BC and was inhabited by both Greeks and Romans over the years which contributed to the architectural influences of the ...

Day Nine - Respect & Ruins

A travel blog entry by needlemind


Italy, like most of Europe, has several deep scars left over from the World Wars and it is only fitting and proper to pay respect when you visit somewhere that has suffered. The commonwealth cemetery at Cassino is one such place, and it is here that the day of travelling began. Nestled in the shadow of Monte Cassino Abbey (itself quite the victim of war crimes) the cemetery commentates the efforts of over 4000 soldiers who fought and ...

To The Top - A Rock at a Time!

A travel blog entry by jacquelinel


... from the destruction of this beautiful city. Again, Chuck was our tour guide because he had been to Pompeii once before with his cousin Tony so we chose not to hire the guide. Jacqueline saw one building and commented that it must be a jail because of the bars on the doors. Chery and Chuck didn't feel they dealt with punishment the same as we do now so there wouldn’t be any need so jails but we investigated the building anyway. It turns out ...


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