Hotel Lemi

Address: Contrada Collepiano, Torrecuso, Campania, 82030, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Contrada Collepiano, Torrecuso.
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    Travel Blogs from Torrecuso

    Day 10: The Vesuvius Loop

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 10, 2038

    20 photos

    1201. The Vesuvius Loop (Italy 178) Trecase, January 7, 2012 Day 076: 5.0 kms, 3 hours Next, I know just what I want to do: There’s a chain of towns right around the perimeter of Mount Vesuvius… So I want to hike these towns and try to figure out why people seem so eager to live right snuggled up to a volcano like this. You could call them the “Russian Roullette” towns, because it’s not about if but when and Vesuvius is going to erupt ...

    Day 5: Reaching Napoli

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2038

    17 photos

    ... men chat nearby and don’t seem to mind my peculiar routine. 1196. Squeezing in One More Town (Italy 173) Mugnano, January 4, 2012 Day 073: 2.2 kms, 2 hours—Day total: 36.2 There’s a town right next to Giugliano and I can’t resist trying to squeeze it in as well, strumming in nice little plaza next to a giant Christmas tree, with cheery street lamps lighting up the narrow cobblestone streets. Then I start hiking south, just to explore the ...

    DAY 21: San Sebastiano

    A travel blog entry by mcham on Sep 03, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... with a delightful personality. It was not too long before he had to go, so he checked with Raphael - who works at the café - to make sure it was okay for us to stay and use the Wi-Fi. (Oops we should have asked Luca about a map!)

    Soon it was noon and we still had not found a map online. So, we resumed our search on foot. This time we broadened our search area and we eventually found another travel agency, but it was closed. What we discovered during ...

    Climbing a volcano......Mt Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 21, 2013

    9 photos

    ... Slipped on a rock, I'm just very lucky I recovered otherwise it could have been a trip to an Italian hospital. Besides that I had roughly another 15 small slips. The ground itself is nothing but volcanic material so imagine walking on a loose pebble beach but at a fairly steep incline. Every step you take you would slide backwards by half so the trek is quite the workout. Almost everyone slipped or fell at one point or another.

    Half way up we could see ...

    Mount Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by michaelbarnes on Oct 29, 2012

    9 photos

    ... back in 79 AD and is the most densely populated volcanic region in the world.

    These were some of the facts that our guide kindly mentioned as we were about 200 metres from the summit. I know. . . what a lovely gentleman he was!

    The coach took us up an extremely tight and seemingly never-ending road that spiraled around the volcano. In a daze I tried to take photos of the ...