Villaggio Turistico Baia Serena
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... were to climb the active volcano, last active in 1944, where we would have a brilliant view of the bay. In this case, however, the rain proved a massive hinderance. The Vesuvius Observatory closed the climb and we were unable to make our ascent, and as such, our bus was to drive the entire way to Vico Equense, after a brief pit stop at a petrol station for food and refreshments.
Arriving in the Bay of Naples was stunning. The road immediately opened up the whole area with ...
... due to 3 million people living in ...
... their luggage, in order to do this they touch Christine's bag, not realising I'm watching and yelled ah ah loudly, a dirty look was given but he knew not to mess with me!!! We were therefore very wary when we arrived in Naples... We were met by Christian, a lovely man who drove us the hour and a half along the windy rode to Positano. He said a tourist would have to be drunk or stupid to navigate the roads!!! We would now agree with him, the roads edge the cliff side and ...
... and then grabbed the reins. The horse, after a couple of seconds, came out of its stunned state and jumped up. The crowd clapped and cheered that the horse and rider were ok. The carbineri then "charged on"… one less rider and one less horse.
After the Carbineri charge, the formalities of the race began. The officials walked to the starting area and the horses came out. The starting area was on the exact opposite side of ...
... known as the Faraglioni, rose beautifully out of the sea and appeared to be beaming from the sun’s gaze while their shadows reflected on the water’s surface! We were heading towards the central cavity of one of those humongous rocks where it was large enough to allow passage of the small boat! Passing underneath the hole was totally amazing!
As we ...