Aquapetra Resort & Spa

Address: S.S. Telesina, 1, Telese Terme, Province of Benevento, Campania, 82037, Italy | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on S.S. Telesina, 1, Telese Terme.
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      Out and about in Napoli

      A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on May 31, 2014

      34 photos

      ... for a royal visit to Naples. Queen Margherita most liked a pizza that was the colours of the Italian flag: green (basil), white (mozzarella cheese) and red (tomato). Hence the Margherita pizza was born. Interesting pizza fact #1: the word pizza comes from the Latin word 'pinsere' which means 'to press'. We started off in Piazza del Gesu next to where we are staying. The very beautiful Church of ...

      Solopaca weekend

      A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Sep 08, 2013

      14 photos

      Just returned from a lovely "quick trip" weekend about. 1.25 hours from our place in Baia. We went Saturday at 3:00 and returned about 2:30 Sunday because we had great lunch plans with neighbors. The name Solopaca comes from its 11th century name “Surrupaca” which literally means “opaque sun”. This has been interpreted as a land with a lot of sun or paese del sole which has inevitably led to its destiny as the most intensely cultivated viticulture zone ...

      Day 28: Amalfi & Positano

      A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 29, 2013

      4 photos

      ... good for photos. The road reminded us a lot of the Great Ocean Road, although most sections had a stone wall at the edge of the road. The views were amazing. The towns are nestled in the cliffs, and with the clear blue sea below it's really pretty. The houses are colourful, although all matching at the same time because the residents are only allowed to use particular colours so that it all fits in. In Positano we stopped for coffee and cake, as our driver told ...

      Climbing a volcano......Mt Vesuvius

      A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 21, 2013

      9 photos

      ... to see the famous Spanish Steps. Oh wow, now I know I keep saying 'the most amazing thing' but this was extraordinary. A few staircases leading up to a beautiful French church. At the bottom lied a fountain, an orchestra and about 4000 people. I’m sure many pick pocketers in amongst them but so far so good! But yeah it’s all a bit surreal when I think, here I am, this 16yr old guy half way around the world, some 16,000kms from home, from my beautiful family, ...

      Saw Naples and stayed alive

      A travel blog entry by 333ingreece on Nov 21, 2012

      11 photos

      ... iPads and some dark streets that should be avoided.
      I did my best to fit in and look local. I carried my things in a shopping bag and it worked! When I left the ship not one of the cab drivers tried to convince me to hire them for a tour to Pompeii.

      It took me about 30 min. to walk to the National Archeological Museum from the ship because ...