Travel Blogs from Salerno, Italy

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The Amalfi Coast, Salerno, Italy travel blog

The Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by jonmatters

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The Amalfi Coast is too far to bike to from Naples, so I dropped down to the city of Salerno. From there, I was able to bike the 25 miles to the trailhead of the Path of the Gods, a great trail along the coast. I biked up to Bomerano, where the trail ...

Drive to Salerno, Magazzeno, Italy travel blog

Drive to Salerno

A travel blog entry by calmtours

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Another travel day, leaving Puglia and traveling north again to return to Salerno. Encounter heavy rain in the second part of the journey which made the driving harder. Returned the rental car without incident and waited for the hotel shuttle. We are ...

When in Rome, or Venice or Naples, Salerno, Italy travel blog

When in Rome, or Venice or Naples

A travel blog entry by piholland

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... the though of two nights all together in the van left the nerves feeling a bit frayed! The coastal road eventually flattened out near Salerno and there were at last the first set of campsites since the eat coast, Italians do love to sit at the beach at ...

We thought we were going to Palermo, Salerno, Italy travel blog

We thought we were going to Palermo

A travel blog entry by carriejustin

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... meet in Palermo and let him know we would be a little delayed in our arrival, he completely understood.  While in Salerno we watched many forest fires working their way towards the town but miraculously never actually making it.  We also spend ...

Il Papa, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Il Papa

A travel blog entry by rohanandchris

... was just a little hard to understand since everything was in Italian;) Afterwards, we headed back to the station and caught a train to Salerno, which is on the bay of Naples. After a long search for our hostel, we found something to eat and passed ...

Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno

A travel blog entry by lesliemac451

Salerno: What a beautiful little hotel we found just south of Salerno. Hotel Olimpico (that's how they spell it) has been all we could ask for. The kids enjoyed the pool a great deal, Keith and I tried our hand at tennis (twice), played ping pong on ...

Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno

A travel blog entry by chrisandmike

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waiting for a train to Rome, after a scary bus ride along the coastal road - will load up the photos of how steep and windy it is, and how close it is when two buses bass when we get ...

Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno

A travel blog entry by questmiller

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... aisle (both sides) devoted to all kinds of pastas. Momma Mia! After Vibo Valentia, we pushed on north and ended up in Salerno at another family-run marina. The Grandpa didn't speak English, but his son could communicate with us quite well. We told ...

Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno

A travel blog entry by buchta

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... know what you are talking about and just say whatever. They like to talk but its not always helpful. Anyway, the hostel here in Salerno is decent I think but this girl who has been staying here for like 5 nights doesn't like it. She thinks its like a ...

Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno

A travel blog entry by dgreen78

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Salerno - home base for Amalfi Coast, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno - home base for Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by jojorockstar

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... a better place to see Sorrento and Capri. I spent a little more time on the winding, cliff-hugging road than I really wanted. I arrived in Salerno, got my map and walked the main street to the hostel that used to be a convent. I was able to leave my bag ...

Salerno, Italy, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno, Italy

A travel blog entry by jhdicicco

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Amalfi Coastal Drive & Pompeii Today we docked at the Port of Salerno - located just a town to the south of the official end of the Amalfi Coast.  Before tackling the coast, we drove first to the ancient ruins at Pompeii.  Just a little ...

Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno

A travel blog entry by lesliemac451

Today we took the train from Rome to Salerno. We arrived at our hotel which is across the street from the sea, and discovered that it has a pool. Everyone (except Marusia) made extensive use of it. Water much warmer than the pool in Crete, although a ...

Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno

A travel blog entry by questmiller

We moored Quest at a marina in Salerno while we "land toured" Rome, Venice and Florence. We got back to Salerno and home again on good ship Quest. We spent the night at the dock and took off in the morning for Sardenia. We knew the trip would take at ...

Another sunny weekend away, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Another sunny weekend away

A travel blog entry by klynch35313

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... to Amalfi for dessert; some very tasty hazelnut gelato. They dropped me back at my hotel at about 6pm and I went for a wander around Salerno. I was still so full from lunch I certainly didn't need any dinner but I went for a few drinks. In the first bar ...

Arrive in Salerno, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Arrive in Salerno

A travel blog entry by ckodiak

We got into Salerno, Italy. Got off the bus and headed for Pompeii, the final stop of the ...

Visit to La Doria, Angri, Italy travel blog

Visit to La Doria

A travel blog entry by klynch35313

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... produce mainly canned tomatoes, passata, fruit juices, spaghetti hoops/letters and pulses at five sites across Italy. On the first day I was given a presentation about which products they make at which site and a bit of info ...

The Amalfi Coast part 2!, Salerno, Italy travel blog

The Amalfi Coast part 2!

A travel blog entry by klynch35313

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... that had been found in the site and was the perfect way to pass some time before lunch. In the evening, back in Salerno, I went to a tiny restaurant called Hostaria Il Brigante that was recommended in my guidebook. It was fully booked apart from one ...

From the Mountains to the Sea, San Rufo, Italy travel blog

From the Mountains to the Sea

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom

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We left Lecce and drove about 4 hours to San Rufo.  This is the town where Tom's maternal grandmother (Nana) was born in 1899 and lived until 1903 when her parents brought her to America.  It was a beautiful drive through the mountains. ...

Pompei to Salerno - Amalfi coast, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Pompei to Salerno - Amalfi coast

A travel blog entry by yoniyahav

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... shore line offered me its most magnificent treasures. The weather was gorgeous and the ride towards Amalfi was just immaculate. The road was very busy though and the cliff hanging roads did not make for easy riding. I just made it to Salerno before ...

Paestum- Magna Graecia 700 BC, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Paestum- Magna Graecia 700 BC

A travel blog entry by thomasgillam

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... .  These battles resulted in periods of poverty as well as periods of prosperity. The fact that Sorrento and Salerno have the best ports in southern Italy, played a role in the large numbers of Immigrants that left Italy for the US and Argentina in ...

Salerno - Casa di Mama di Pino, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Salerno - Casa di Mama di Pino

A travel blog entry by yoniyahav

... Staying with Pino's mother was a real treat, I dined and rested like a king, his mother was of course a very kind and nice lady and I had a chance to use my Italian. I remained in Salerno for an extra day of resting and dining before I left for ...

Sorrento, Salerno and onto Rome, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Sorrento, Salerno and onto Rome

A travel blog entry by dadndean2012

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... panel on the left hand side, click 3D. This should take you on the same journey... Pretty cool :) After dusting ourselves off at Salerno, we headed for to Rome. A 3 lane highway most of the way that saw us in Rome around 4.30pm. Miraculously, the GPS ...

Happy birthday Liz, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Happy birthday Liz

A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis

A special day today - it's Liz's birthday!!!!!! last night christine and i blew up balloons and hung them up along with birthday banners. When Liz came out this morning and saw them she was most chuffed. We made breakfast for her and Di and gave them ...

A step back in time - Pompeii, Salerno, Italy travel blog

A step back in time - Pompeii

A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis

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We were up early to prepare for our trip to Pompeii and met our driver,Nello, at the car park. How luxurious - we would be travelling in a beautiful mercedes for the one hour drive to the town of Pompeii which is between Sorrento and Naples. Nello was ...

The lunch saga, Salerno, Italy travel blog

The lunch saga

A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis

Today it was decided that we would attempt to go to Da Adolpho one more time (the restaurant featured in Amanda Tabberer's book - My Amalfi Coast). We four set off on the blue bus to Positano, where we wandered around the shops on our way down to the ...

Amalfi Drive, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Amalfi Drive

A travel blog entry by jobloor

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... P&O trip to Sorrento and Amalfi. We head off along the autostrada catching a glimpse of Pompeii which was only a few minutes out of Salerno then head for Sorrento which is our first stop. We are assembled at a souvenir shop so we can use the loo and ...

Positano Paradise, Province of Salerno, Italy travel blog

Positano Paradise

A travel blog entry by katiecfitz

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I've hit a traveling stride. Everything about this trip seems easier; even the crowded commuter train from Naples to Sorrento. I'm enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle so far. After a morning of window shopping and strolling through Positano its time to ...

Hello Praiano, Salerno, Italy travel blog

Hello Praiano

A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis

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Woke to find that we were in the most beautiful villa perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean. It feels like we are living in the clouds. All organised to go for a shop (the shopkeeper was picking us up and taking us - ...

When you close your eyes..., Salerno, Italy travel blog

When you close your eyes...

A travel blog entry by jariel

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... we go so far backwards? Why did the Roman Empire fall? The answers you may know but I'm a little unknowledgable in ancient history. I'm off to the town of Salerno now to see Saint Matthew Cathedral and to buy 'Ancient History for Dummies'. Chow, ...

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