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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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Sant'Antonio Abate

      Bene, Bene, Bene, and Cassanova

      A travel blog entry by josephineramage on Aug 19, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... all made each customer feel so welcome- like we had come to Sunday dinner. After dinner, they told us to stay for the festivities. The owner and a guitarist began singing and the whole restaurant joined in. Then they handed out tambourines and we all played along and sang. It was a wonderful night filled with great food and great fun. We will go back there for our last night in Sorrento! Pictures to come- having trouble uploading from my phone. Stay tuned for ...

      Pompeii- crosswalks and central heating

      A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 18, 2013

      80 photos

      ... a couple of hours I had only made it to 20 of 65 sites so I decided I needed to skip a few. Each one was so interesting.

      I spent the day with goose bumps, maybe because I was there by my self it was a very quiet day, a place that had seen such devastation, but its history had been preserved so will. It was interesting to see their way of life, where how the people lived the social structure, what was left and how it has beeen uncovered and what is ...


      A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jun 08, 2013

      ... sea, featuring over 186 steps leading to the beach of Chiaia. Continuing on, you come to Via Bishop Dom instead Scotto Pagliara that brings us before the church of St. Anthony of Padua founded in 1635 by Scipione and James Cacciuttolo, whose coat of arms appears on the facade . From this point you can take the new Via IV Novembre leading to the tip of Pizzaco, where the claim is on the way Raia house Graziella-l'eroina of the novel by A. de Lamartine, where he lived-the art historian Cesare ...


      A travel blog entry by michaelbarnes on Oct 28, 2012

      8 photos

      ... followed in by a lady who appeared to be over the age of 70, when she saw the images, the very detailed images I might add she tapped me on the shoulder pointed up to a (number 3) and nonchalantly said "that brings me back". Now any other person would be weirded out by this but it was actually good to see how she generally didn't care about who heard her or what kind of reaction she would get from the other members of her OAP gathering. ...

      A climb to 4000 feet

      A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jul 02, 2012

      16 photos

      ... very possible on our own. And Dan was game. Since we were up and at 'em for the 7am docking, we dressed and ate an early breakfast on the back of the boat overlooking the city. Several of the main attractions are right off the port and it would have been an interesting day to stroll to 3 castles (2 of them from the 1200's), a royal palace, a basilica, and the Bourbon Tunnel/museum. But NOOOOOO, we decided to hoof it to the train ...