Locanda Ripa delle Janare

Via Aldo Moro 3, Furore, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Furore

Pompeii-day 11

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud


... OMG. It was truly fresh squeezed frozen orange juice and perhaps the most delicious thing I have ever tasted. And I am such a good mother that Kurt loved the orange so much I traded with him. We headed to the train station and unfortunately just missed the train and had to wait, but not too long, we got seats on the way back, and we got off at porta Nolana, which was much easier! I noticed on the trip back, that among the big rundown apartment buildings and mounds of ...

Positano here we come

A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis


... exhausting. After lunch and a bit more sightseeing it was time to catch the red bus back to Praiano. This trip proved to be very eventful as turning around the corner on a hairpin bend the driver could not find reverse gear so that we could back up to get around. After three tries, when each time we lurched forward, I was ready to get off the bus. The flimsy railing along the edge of the road was not going to save us! But the forth attempt was a charm and the rest of our trip ...

Naples and Pompeii

A travel blog entry by 2brokegirls


... due to its endless supply within the region of basil, tomato and mozzarella and also symbolising the 3 colours we see on the Italian flag today. We finally got to Pompeii where we had lunch provided before moving into the ancient city that was destroyed by the volcano eruption in 79 AD. - check google for more of your history lesson. They said here in Pompeii is where you see the real Ancient Rome . The way it would have been like in the great city and through out Italy. ...

Erring on the Side of Adventure

A travel blog entry by tammnel


... There were herbs growing wild along the path: we found what we are almost certain were marjoram, oregano, and fennel. There were such a variety of wildflowers, some brightening the shadows beneath the lemon trees; I have never seen such brightly colored flowers in deep shade. It is amazing how well-maintained most of the paths are. The paths contour across the sides of the hills then become steep and turn to stairs to go up and down the steep grades. Our surroundings ...

Trains, Naples and Pompei

A travel blog entry by allansineurope


... up hill and through the city walls, you see the city spread out for miles before you. When Vesuvius erupted that day in 79 AD, roughly 20,000 people lived here. After the city was covered in volcanic ash, it lay hidden for 1700 years.
The most interesting thing about Pompeii is that this is a Roman centre frozen in time. We have seen many beautiful buildings/ruins in Rome, some reasonably preserved (the Pantheon), but 2000 years of civilization, for want of ...

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This pension, located on Via Aldo Moro 3, Furore, is near Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, Duomo, and Ravello-Minori Walk.
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