I Filadelfi 1828

Address: Localita Selvitelle, Agropoli, Campania, 84053, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Localita Selvitelle, Agropoli, is near Coast Road and Due Fratelli.
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    Travel Blogs from Agropoli

    Blue sky in Zermatt, and on into Italy

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Sep 25, 2014

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... a fabulous ride above the world up to and INTO a rock called the Klein Matterhorn. It resembles a small version of the real thing, thus the name. During the ride up, through the Trockener Steg stop, the views are fantastic -first of the town below and the western "suburbs" like Winkelmatten, then of Schwartzsee and the Matterhorn itself, We got off at Trockener Steg and walked around. Four years ago, we got off here in early September and hiked up to ...

    Pompeii--The END!

    A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo on Jun 12, 2014

    36 photos

    ... 60 mph, a huge avalanche of hot ash, pumice, rock fragments and volcanic gas rushed down the side of Mt Vesuvius suffocating and burning everything in its path. Hundreds of people standing at the water's edge were even burned by its intense heat. As wave after wave of pyroclastic flow came down the mountain that night, hundreds and hundreds of people were left falling and dying in Pompeii. And while Pompeii was dying, the white ash continued to fall on ...

    Ruins, Disasters and Scenic Drives

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 26, 2013

    51 photos

    ... the traditional mold (pun unintended) and be a little adventurous, resulting in some fabulous creations. In Amalfi, the vendors virtually had a captive audience, with tourists being bussed in for the day (actually only for part thereof) and most seem to want to go away with a keepsake of their visit. Vietri Sul Mare, however, sees fewer tourists [unless they are Italian] and the competition is much fiercer, with prices half what we had seen the day before ...

    Hello Praiano

    A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis on Aug 25, 2013

    8 photos

    ... the adventure watching the lightening and rain - however we heard on Liz and Di's return that the amount of rain we have had is unusual. The rain has carried a large amount of soil off the mountain out into the ocean. We all excitedly stood watching, taking photos and videos. However we now have provisions and can cope with anything. The rain cleared and Chris and I went for a walk down to the beach and along the path around the point to the restaurant ...

    Pasqua a Positano

    A travel blog entry by emily.louise on Mar 28, 2013

    23 photos

    ... Napoli did not appeal to me at all. As we were driving through it just seemed pretty dirty and the city was covered in construction. Ugo told us that Napoli is not a safe place to be, and the city really is just such a mess. But they do have the best Pizza! Right as we were leaving the city, Ugo pointed out the large mountain in front of us. Turns out it was Mt. Vesuvious! Pretty cool. It was definitely much bigger than I thought. You could see the bottom of the ...