La Cinciallegra

Address: Monte Faito (m.1000) , Vico Equense, Campania, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Monte Faito (m.1000) , Vico Equense, is near Spiaggia del Fornillo, Spiaggia Grande, Castello di Arechi, and Palazzo Murat.
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    Travel Blogs from Vico Equense

    The Italian Job

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... I love this mode of travel, when the ...

    Arrivederci Roma

    A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Oct 18, 2013

    5 photos

    ... spewing out pungent steam. We step closer and closer to the largest fumarole to snap the inevitable photo. The heat is intense, the pumice floor hot and to the great amusement of everyone around, I start hopping around like a deranged tap dancer.

    Camping in an active volcano is not without its concerns. I do not sleep, licking my scorched paws, constantly vigilant, I toss and turn. I hear a low rumble, increasing in volume -luckily it's only Signor's ...

    Just like Aosta, only near the beach.

    A travel blog entry by tharrison on Jul 06, 2013

    15 photos

    ... a visit from my mum's aunt and my mum's cousin Assunta and her to kids. The pizzas we made were Marinara, Magherita and Pepparoni. For dessert we had flipped over nutella pizza. That night we went to a special restaurant That had a Tarentella show. We got to join in. We also parked next to a Masareti.

    On Wednesday we went to a small town called Pompei. It had been covered in ash by a volcano called Vesuvius in 79ad. ...

    April 10, 2012

    A travel blog entry by jet-set on Apr 10, 2012

    7 photos

    ... city was destroyed and buried when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79, Pompeii was buried for more than 1,600 years before the town was rediscovered. Thousands of Pompeiians died, and many more managed to flee the town. However, the volcanic ash that buried the city allowed us to walk along the cobbled stone streets, among the walls that once made up the homes of the Pompeiians.

    We were filled with excitement. Sure, ...

    1157. An Unforgettable Sunset (Italy 134)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 26, 2011

    33 photos

    ... br> I feel very privileged as I walk along, experiencing thing amazing stretch of road in a way few people do. Most folks just speed past in their cars, getting just a flashing image of the panorama. Here I can soak it in, each step of the way bathed in magic.

    And then, around a bend, there’s deep cut in the mountainside… a valley inlet with what looks like a town on both sides (actually it’s ...