Casa Privata

Address: Via Rezzola, Praiano, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Via Rezzola, Praiano, is near Sul Sentiero degli Dei and La Costiera.
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      Travel Blogs from Praiano

      Vatican , Mission Impossible.

      A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Sep 17, 2012

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      ... brilliant, we thought! It will be like a private tour! We left late at 10am and walked slowly over towards Saint Peter's Square. This is a beautiful square, built in 1656, surrounded by 284 columns topped with 140 saint and centred around an obelisk from Egypt. The square and basilica is built over the top of the Roman Emperor Nero's stadium, and apparently the obelisk used to be the turning point for the chariots. From the square you can see ...

      Capri tour, dinner @ Nennella, night in Napoli

      A travel blog entry by jimkbarton on Sep 07, 2011

      79 photos

      ... nap on the way back and most of us just chilled out. Renata slept almost the whole way back. Chatty Cathy (Danielle) was talking to our guide almost the whole way and he was telling her his sob story about how it is hard to find a good woman to get romantically involved with. As for the sister and her son we all thought that they were just a little bit too close to each other. I thought at first ...

      Volcanos, Volcanos (B)

      A travel blog entry by brionyanddan on Sep 16, 2010

      16 photos

      ... was also the invention of plaster casting. They were quite interesting, in some bits you can even see the bones and teeth.

      We decided not to stay in Pompei but make our way closer to Naples to a site in Pozzuoli. What we hadn’t realised when we headed there is that the site is located next to a semi-extinct volcano – Vulcano Solfatara. As part of the camping fee you were ...

      Amalfi Coast: Beaches, Boats, and B.O.-mobiles

      A travel blog entry by caranesca on Oct 03, 2009

      2 comments, 45 photos

      ... back and forth along this road just to take pictures. But we happened to be on an enormous bus, with no seats left (because apparently bus drivers will still sell you tickets, even if there’s no room for you). I found myself holding on for dear life between sighs of disbelief at how beautiful the coast of southern Italy is!

      Once we had safely arrived in Positano, we met up with the rest of our group (five of us chose the bus, the ...

      Pompey for marathon walkers

      A travel blog entry by brownefamily on May 07, 2008

      ... Needless to say we did the entire sight from end to end. Only a portion of the whole site has been excavated and you can see where the ruins disappear into the hillside just waiting to be uncovered. But there is still lots to see and Mark and I think well worth the trip. We are off to see the Pope today, apparently with about 9995 others! Just now Mark is trying to source some money for us. We have had lots of ...