Giardino delle Esperidi

Address: Viale dei Pini 52, Sant'Angelo, Ischia, Campania, 80065, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Viale dei Pini 52, Sant'Angelo.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Giardino delle Esperidi Sant'Angelo

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Sant'Angelo

"You can't walk to there!"

A travel blog entry by zinnojan112 on Feb 28, 2015

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... over town, but won't venture further on foot. With some hesitation, she pointed us in the right direction. Forty minutes of a gentle incline and we were in Vietri. This is like another world from the city life of Rome and Salerno! Vietri is famous for its ceramics and there were shops everywhere we looked. This is small town Italy and not on the main tourist beat as the rest of the Amalfi coast ...

Day Three: Pompeii

A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Sep 09, 2014

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Caught the tour bus at the bottom of the square at 8 am. Bus started 1/2 full, but took on more clients as we progressed. Ended up full. Drive along the coast road is hair-raising. It was dark when we came in from the airport so we missed the drama. Big motor coach takes upend rivers some warning of oncoming traffic; a toot of the horn alerts other drivers and 1-1/2 lanes; more when it has to swing wide on the ...

Abbiamo incontrato i nostri amici

A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on May 16, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... the wonderful little villaggio. Dinner was at the Michelin starred Rossellini's restaurant in the hotel - a great 'destination eating' experience with beautifully prepared food and excellent wine. The next day was spent lounging at the hotel's beach club, lunching at nearby Minori and wandering around Ravello. Our meal that evening was at the very popular local Ravello restaurant, Cumpa' Cosimo. Another great eating experience - pasta, ...

Naples Subterranean & Herculaneum

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 20, 2013

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... out by slaves in Roman times to make a 400 km aqueduct, connecting tunnels and water cisterns. Parts of it were huge where the cisterns were (or water storage areas) and other parts were really narrow for the channels to move the water around. They used jugs on ropes to lower down and fill with water. They stopped using them when cholera broke out in 1884 & since the rock was tufa (volcanic origin), although it was very strong, it was also porous, it let the cholera into ...

Trip to Positano

A travel blog entry by the4wades on Sep 28, 2013

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Dad was up at 5:45 this morning to watch the AFL Grand Final between Hawthorn and Fremantle. Once I had it set up on the iPad I headed out to the foyer and was invited into the dining area early by the guy setting up. He was great; kept me going on cappacinos and checked in regularly, each time getting a bit more tuition on the great game. At halftime ...