Villa S.Pietro

Via Della Repubblica, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Della Repubblica, Ravello, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Duomo.
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Travel Blogs from Ravello

Positano Day 2

A travel blog entry by margie.tez on Aug 09, 2014

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... white people on the whole beach.....everyone one else, young, old, short, tall, skinny, fat were all brown as berries. We hobbled our way, most ungraciously, across the pebbles and flopped in the water :). The water was quite cool....not what we expected of the Mediterranean Sea. We stayed on the beach for the rest of the day, working on our tan's ... not sure though that we changed even 1 millionth of a shade darker. Quite ...

Ravello and Amalfi

A travel blog entry by bkrj on Jun 26, 2013

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Trip along the Amalfi coast today. Up early and to the bus station. The round to Amalfi is one of the beautiful coastal drives in the world made hair raising by he crazy Italian bus drives winding along the road. With a couple of toots of the horn they are off overtaking on the wrong side of the road on blind bends. The views over the cliff edges were breath taking. Houses clinging to the edge of the sloping hills and crystal clear waters below. From Amalfi we ...

No Roadwork Ahead

A travel blog entry by jacquelinel on Nov 06, 2012

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... kept repeating and emphatically pointing around a corner that “the road is finito.” He was right, the road dead ended around the bend so we had to turn around. The road was so narrow at the end it was necessary to get out of the car and guide Chuck so he knew how many
inches/feet he had so he wouldn’t plummet over the embankment. Later in the evening Chuck read in one of the ...

Beautiful Ravello

A travel blog entry by sdpierce on Oct 07, 2011


... baroque, and byzantine architecture. It is a short tour. We take a quick shopping break in the Amalfi town square -- a very hectic place crowded with tourists, towns people, and the usual cars & vespas. I shopped at a small "paper" store (stationery items) and bought a couple of note cards and a small framed picture of the cathedral. Then off for our final challenging walk, only a few kilometers, but ...


A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jun 05, 2011

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... with
their massive TONKA TRUCKS and smashed the Samnites who cried and went home to
mum, around 290BC. Romanites and Samnitians had to make friends and when they
played they worked out how to become rich and fat by flogging off wine and oil.
As more money came into the city they built more sand pits and built bigger
Tonka Trucks. They loved their Tonka Trucks so much, because now they were so
rich, the Tonka trucks were so massive, they had to build huge sheds to ...