Casa Pendola

Address: Pendola, 19, Agerola, Campania, 80051, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Pendola, 19, Agerola, is near Sul Sentiero degli Dei and San Lorenzo Maggiore.
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    Travel Blogs from Agerola

    And then you arrived to the paradise

    A travel blog entry by maria.gimenez3 on Nov 13, 2013

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    ... i was lucky enough to try all the ways possible:

    • BUS: it cost 2.30 € one way ( you can take all the buses you want in 60 min) Horrible for people that get sick in the car, the views are amazing , but you will get the feeling that's you life its worthless than a dollar. If you start in Salerno, you will need to change the bus in Amalfi.
    • Boat: there is a line of big touristic boats, that ...

    Day 24 - Bron in Bomerano

    A travel blog entry by nolesy65 on Jul 18, 2013

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    Today was our rest day from walking and although some people in the group have already opting out of hiking some days everyone had plans for today. most people either went to Herculanean (another town that was destroyed by Vesuvius in 79AD) and Ravello a town up on the mountains that is famous for its mountains and music, or went on a day trip to the Isle of Capri. I had been tossing up what to do and really wanted to do both but ended up being convinced by the Americans to ...

    Day 21 - Bron in Bomerano

    A travel blog entry by nolesy65 on Jul 15, 2013

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    ... decided it would be best not to tell anyone other than our guide what I had done as I didn't think they would understand). After breakfast we set off to walk to Amalfi. This was mainly downhill dropping 1100 metres. They was a little bit of up hill, about 200m, and lots of steps. In fact over 2000 steps which followed the tracks the villages used to take to get their produce to the port of Amalfi. The views were stunning but the walk slow and it did ...

    Pizza. Pizza everywhere.

    A travel blog entry by cgpolicastro on May 29, 2013

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    ... the channels we went through was 100m long, had no lights (we used candles) and was about 50cm wide at most parts. My heart was pounding, but I was fascinated by it all. We eventually came out into ancient roman cisterns that were still running. The cisterns were beautiful, but it was such a large and dark cavern that my flash did nothing and I couldn’t really take pictures. We surfaced underneath an old church in an area that nuns had used as a ...

    Naples - gateway to Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Sep 12, 2012

    8 photos

    ... 8211; it pays to research and take notes on the 'how to get there' details. Also, research on the common ‘travel words and phrases’ in Italian, Greek etc. would be very helpful.

    Came back into Naples around 2 PM and spent a couple of hours walking around the larger streets of the city (close to the port). Definitely no going down little alleys and laneways in this town ...