Agriturismo La Serenella
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Agriturismo La Serenella Capriglia Irpina
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... PVC water pipe about 150mm diameter that randomly spouted water into the sky. Very funny, except that the water looked somewhat dirty and lumpy. The man from the council was there looking quite perplexed, and the locals and their children were also watching with interest, all trying not to get hit by the dodgy water, but standing in the spray drift. Had a very enjoyable dinner down a side street with excellent shellfish pasta and veg lasagne.
... rest we were on our own .
Like a trail of ants we headed up and up ,stopping to gasp for breath and take in the view.It was a long slow slog but finally we started to smell the sulphur so knew it was not much further. The view from the top was spectacular . There was only a small amount of smoke coming out of the volcano but our guide did explain that it hasn't erupted since 1944 but is still active and they are expecting another eruption sooner ...
... with stone beds and pillows, a larger house with a courtyard the terme, thermal baths where the community met daily to bathe and gossip. All of this in the shadow of the mighty Vesuvius which was really quite a long way away. The people had no idea they were living in an active zone. The most amazing site were the people plaster casts. They discovered holes in the ash and decided to pour plaster down them. What they got from this were people ...
... went to the rooftop bar at the English Inn with all of the people on the program and it was a lot of fun to dance and I saw so many people from my school. I'm sad that I finally feel like I've made a lot of friends here just before leaving but I still miss all of my friends from home so much!
Saturday morning was a chill morning as we were going to have a beach day in Postiano. This town reminded me a lot of Cinque Terre but bigger! The buildings were ...
We were off early this morning as we had about a 5 hour drive to Positano. We wound our way through the curvy Umbrian hilltown roads and thick fog for about 50km. Once we hit the autostrada life seemed to speed up a bit, although I do have the feeling that we were the only people in Italy not late for something.
There was not a lot to see along the autostrada except the odd castle or tower, and the locals zipping by us in a blur. Once we neared ...