Hotel Le Dune

Via Domitiana km. 40,400 n.973, Castelvolturno, Campania, 81030, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Domitiana km. 40,400 n.973, Castelvolturno.
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Travel Blogs from Castelvolturno


A travel blog entry by negardner on Aug 04, 2014

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... that capture people in their dying moments. The one of the pregnant mother laying face down in an attempt to protect her unborn child, and the man sitting with his knees up to his chest and covering his face, were reminders of how horrible their final moments must have been. These people lived right below Mount Vesuvius but they didn't know it was a volcano so the eruption took them by surprise. As large and looming as Vesuvius is now, it ...

Travelling to Naples

A travel blog entry by mardi2013 on Dec 02, 2013

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... before my flight. Ciao. Just into bed at 12.47AM dinner was fun there was Ronnie and American who is living in Naples and working for the hotel, Sam and her brother (Brisbane), Holly and Jena(?) (from Canada) and Adam (from Minnesota). Dinner was yummy; I had a spaghetti with tomato sauce, cheese balls with bacon (they were really good) and then they bought out big bowls of fruit for dessert; ours looked like a toilet it was hilarious and completely random. We also got ushered out ...

Pompeii- crosswalks and central heating

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 18, 2013

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... 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 ...

Pompeii and Mt Vesuveus, ITALY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 28, 2013

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... you could see their general facial features. There was even a body cast of a pregnant lady. One thing that we noticed about the people was how much shorter in stature they were compared to the people who live today. After exploring Pompeii we hopped back on the bus and headed for Mt Vesuvius. It was hot day and a very sweaty climb to the top, but it was worth it when you got the the amazing view over the city and look into the crater. It was then time to get ...

Pompeii Scavi

A travel blog entry by hotchic on May 03, 2013

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... credit to the archeologists that unearthed all this in the late 1800's. Their way of life is extremely obvious in what we see today and a lot of work is being done to recreate what was present then. Gardens and vineyards have been replanted, casts of human and animal remains are on display where they would have been struck down, the whole place has quite an affect on you and it is huge! I mean you could walk around all day and not see anywhere near all of it. The ...