Villa Palmentiello

Address: Via Gesini, Sant'Antonio Abate, Campania, 80054, Italy | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Via Gesini, Sant'Antonio Abate, is near Centro Storico, Forum, House of the Faun (Casa del Fauno), and House of Menander.
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      Travel Blogs from Sant'Antonio Abate

      Cruising on the Mediterranean

      A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 16, 2014

      ... glasses and he knows John, he is a school teacher. Small world! Amalfi is a bit smaller than Positano or seems to be. We had lunch there and sat and watched the world go by. I tried lemon granita which is really a lemon slushie I liked it Mike decided it need a hell of a lot of sugar. The scenery from the boat was breathtaking, how those house stick to the side of the hill beats me. Back on the boat to Positano. When we got back and as we were climbing up we saw a ...

      Exploring Pompei

      A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Jan 12, 2014

      3 comments, 28 photos

      ... provides a genuine time capsule of everyday life in a 20,000 person city in 70 AD. Archeologist have been able to determine a lot of amazing details about the place, including how people lived and used public bath houses, brothels, bakeries, wealthy family homes, places to worship Roman gods, theaters, gladiator combat spaces, as well as how the people functioned on a typical day. Pretty cool! What was also quite striking about the site was to see ...

      Amalfi and Stories from Guantanamo Bay

      A travel blog entry by lorraineandjake on May 25, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... apparent when we first entered the hotel, and he immediately ran over telling us we had to be extremely careful with our big backpacks as they were very dangerous and could break EVERYTHING. We laughed it off and went too our room, only to find a list of rules pinned on to our wall, listing everything we couldn't do. You can find a picture below of my strong distaste for this list. And oh yeah, their must have been at least 100 sets of these rules ...

      Villa Osplonti

      A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 09, 2012

      ... the villa was based on the design of a Roman atrium-style house. It was later extended during the reign of Nero with a large outdoor swimming pool and was undergoing restoration work when it was finally buried in the eruption of 79 AD. The villa at Oplontis is momentous for its sheer size, as well as outdoor garden areas, pergolas and porticos, more than one hundred rooms have thus far been excavated. The rooms are themselves renowned for their sumptuous frescoes ...

      Pompeii Day

      A travel blog entry by geeijo on Jun 13, 2012

      Early start today to visit Pompeii, we just made the 7am bus to Sorrento as we thought it was due at 7:05 but a last minute dash up the road and we made it. From Sorrento we had to catch the train about half hour to Pompeiiu. We ran the touts at the station and organised our tickets and audio guides at the site itself. We decided on audioguides so we could all vitit at our own pace and not be rushed around by a guide. Pompeii ...