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

      Naples Subterranean & Herculaneum

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 20, 2013

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      ... also could have got 10% off with it in Naples but we didn't know that nor did we have it then & then at Herculaneum we found we could have bought a ticket for the 5 main places for just €20!! Not my best research obviously!! The MAV (Museo Archeologico Virtuale) shows Herculaneum & Pompei as it is today & then as it would have been, using amazing technology, culminating in a 3D interactive movie about the eruption using the writings of Pliny to describe it ...

      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 ...

      Clinging to the Cliffs in Amalfi

      A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Sep 09, 2012

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      ... there was a beautiful cloister, a basilica filled with treasury items and the cathedral itself. One of the cathedral's main features, though, is its crypt where the purported remains of Saint Andrew are kept. The space itself is quite beautiful, with frescoes covering the walls and ceilings. The remains are kept under a large marble altar topped with a huge bronze statue of the saint. But while St. Andrew may be Amalfi's claim to ...

      Last Day in Agerola & Trip to Positano

      A travel blog entry by cpottinger on Jul 03, 2012

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      ... horns the entire way up and down the mountain such as: "Hey there," "Thank you," "Blind curve here I come" etc. If people get cut off or honked at in the states, you have to worry about getting hurt! Here, it is all understood that it is just communication to keep things moving. I even saw when one bus driver had to back down the road and when the other driver went by they shook/slapped hands! One other story that was pretty funny is that ...