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TravelPod Member ReviewsDivina Costiera Agerola
Nice, clean, cheap, friendly and good located. Very friendly staff and dogs. The village is also nice.
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... I think it's KM's .... not miles) it was 16 KM's of the most spectacular coastline we have ever seen. As seems to be the recurring theme of this holiday ..... It has to be seen to be believed. Stopped in a little town along the way to visit the Emerald Grotto. We had to walk down a few steps then get in an elevator which went down about 100m's ( quite an engineering feat really as the elevator has been cut into solid rock ! ) and opened ...
... back on the bus and went to Mount Vesuvius. We got to the car park and climbed up the tourist path and then got to climb up to the crater and walk around the rim and partway into the crater. It was awesome. The guide actually told me not to walk so lose to the edge! When it erupted in 79AD destroying Pompeii and Herculean it actually lost over half it's size. And the resulting new landscape actually saved a lot of lives when ...
... Tony Yesterday we left our hotel and headed to Orange on the bus, from here we rode to a town called Bedoine which is at the foot of the mighty Mont Ventoux. The temp was about 35 degrees and I don't remember ever sweating so much, so was going through the water. After a brief stop in Bedoine for more fluids and a croissant we started the 22 km assent of mont ventoux, I have never ridden anything like this before as it just keeps going up and are no flat spots until ...
... and towns. On Thursday we caught the train to Herculaneum and spent around three and a half hours looking at the site which had been covered by 16 metres of pyroclastic rock in AD79 that solidified and preserved many buildings relatively intact, including timber and some documents. While a smaller site than Pompeii, Herculaneum has provided archeologists better insights into the sizes of the buildings and building ...
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