Locanda Ripa delle Janare

Address: Via Aldo Moro 3, Furore, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Pension
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This pension, located on Via Aldo Moro 3, Furore, is near Villa Rufolo, Duomo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Ravello-Minori Walk.
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        Travel Blogs from Furore

        Up Pompeii

        A travel blog entry by stottsontour on Sep 21, 2015

        9 photos

        ... it hadn't been for that pesky volcano ! Oh not sign of Frankie Howard either. Left and made our way to Furore which took about an hour. Apartment is tidy, clean but basic but the views are spectacular. Just drove down the road a little and had a pizza the size of a dustbin lid. Full and sleepy so night night and look after yourselves ...

        Pompeii--The END!

        A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo on Jun 12, 2014

        36 photos

        ... in August 79 AD.

        For several months or even a year before that fateful August date in 79 AD, Mt Vesuvius had caused minor quakes and earth tremors to hit Pompeii. As early as 62 AD, a severe earthquake caused considerable damage to Pompeii and to the two surrounding towns of Herculaneum and Nuceria. In spite of the damage to temples, houses, bridges and roads, Pompeii rebuilt itself within the looming shadow of Mt. Vesuvius. It was a normal ...

        Rain, Rain, Go Away

        A travel blog entry by travelingsmith on Dec 26, 2013

        3 comments, 10 photos

        ... Ultimately, the rain was a good thing. Pompei, normally a tourist filled Mecca, was rather empty which made sightseeing even more enjoyable.

        After the tour, we enjoyed pizzas and calzones at a pizzeria in the city of Pompei. Brian suggested pizza since we were close to Naples, the birthplace of pizza.

        The drive back to Rome was eventful with Claibourne and Christine taking turns as DJs and ...

        Our Adventure in Pompeii!!

        A travel blog entry by gmattson on Aug 14, 2013

        24 photos

        ... thought I would have the opportunity to go there with my own kids to see it in real life? Our visit to Pompeii was one of the highlights of our trip! We all loved learning about it and what happened there so long ago in 79 A.D. It was a bit surreal to be there and experience what they have found since the 1700's. The odd thing is that the entire town was buried when Mt. Vesuvius erupted and no one did much about it. Then in 1748, ...

        Heading to Amalfi

        A travel blog entry by hannaharrison on Sep 19, 2012

        26 photos

        ... cases having to jump on trains which seem to be more intent on leaving on time than if they had all their passengers on board.

        Our first long distance train trip and everything went to clock work- I was a little worried as we had pre-booked our tickets from home so was hoping that we would actually have seats allocated on the right train. When we arrived at Salerno station our driver Carlo was waiting for us ready to take us to our Amalfi apartment. The road trip into ...