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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      Beautiful Amalfi coast with ancient Rome tossed in

      A travel blog entry by dhensby on Oct 02, 2012

      2 comments, 96 photos

      ... We had a panini for lunch and then headed back. Well that is not easy with the tiny buses and the mass of folks wanted to head back as well. We walked down to an earlier stop and managed to squeeze in and watched as the bus passed by the long lines to board the bus. Back down the scary mountain road which our host at the B&B tells us that the last time someone went off the edge was during the war. There has been suicides but no ...


      A travel blog entry by jkjourney on Jul 23, 2011

      8 photos

      ... vinyards that have been cultivated where they stood thousands of years ago. Ruts in the road show where old wheels made their way down these old streets. Ceramic bowls still sit in cement, where they once kept lunches warm for customers on a break from work.

      It was a long day of hiking, running, walking and climbing. We retired to another hotel Diana dinner and wine, and a well-deserved gelato (thank you, Lactaid!).


      Guests in the town of Pompei 79 AD

      A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia on Sep 17, 2010

      36 photos

      ... us.

      We walked through the main entrance - Porta Marina - which in ancient times met with the sea but no longer does because of the eruption. It is composed of two openings, covered by a single vault: one for pedestrians and the other (the larger one) for animals and vehicles ( we walked through the ones for animals and vehicles ;) ). Immediately to our left were a series of what looked liked stone rooms but we overhead a tourist guide telling his group that ...

      Crazy crazy Napoli...

      A travel blog entry by elizabethleland on Sep 13, 2009

      5 photos

      ... Christian produced his computer, and before long, the bus microphone was held up to the computer speakers and we were jamming to a variety of music as the bus wound its precarious way down the mountain. We pulled the curtains, turned the inside bus lights on, and sang our hearts was terrific.
      That night, we explored Naples and came across a tiny little pizzeria, and got dinner for two euro...Napoletana Pizza baked in a stone delicious. I ...

      Maradona was 'ere

      A travel blog entry by brettelmer on Jan 18, 2008

      55 photos

      ... for it, only drawing 1-1. They lost 3-2 on aggregate. The atmosphere - dynamic. Only about 30,000 people, but they sounded like 50,000, especially the 'Ultras'. Jeering, whistling, exploding crackers, throwing flares and water bottles. I felt like I was back in Argentina. They love their team. The players are lucky. One player to watch - Ezequial Lavezzi. He's a jet, remember him. I'm a Napoli fan for life. Only a days rest before hitting Milan...and the San Siro. Football is ...