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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    Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by thring06 on Oct 20, 2014

    13 photos

    ... not qualify.

    We we were given ear pieces and transmitters and like true tourists followed the purple umbrella.
    The Pompeii experience was so much better than we had expected.The town of 15 -17000 people covering 100 acres that was covered in 2 metres of ash in 79 AD when Vesuvius erupted
    reveals so much about life as it was then .

    We found it fascinating to learn how to distinguish between where shops had previously stood ...

    The ghost city of Pompei

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 18, 2014

    14 photos

    Today we decided to give Basil and our stomachs a rest from the twisty roads and take a local bus and local train into Pompei (or Pompeii if we spell it the Roman way!)

    Our host Gabriella who has been super generous with everything so far, heard we were going to Pompei today, so not only gave us free bus tickets but also said she would ring ahead to the bookshop where she works (however today was her day ...

    Naples & Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Mar 21, 2014

    5 photos

    We arrived in the port of Naples. I don't really know what we were expecting but Naples itself seems pretty dirty and gritty with graffiti everywhere. We took the train to Pompeii for the day. Around 2000 years ago people didn't know that Vesuvius was a volcano. In 62 AD a tremor occurred which caused damage to many homes and public buildings. In August 79 AD the most devastating eruption occurred which destroyed the whole city of Pompeii covering it in ash. The ...


    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 14, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... at the base of an active volcano, known to have devastating effects on the local population. Vesuvius is not dead, the last time it blew was in 1939. But it is still steaming. From the car park we had to climb about a kilometre up a snaking pathway to the crater. They did warn us the gradient was 14 degrees. They lied! The first three lengths of walkway (which could be seen from the car park) were probably 14 degrees. Turn the corner for the last leg (which couldn't be seen ...

    Positano to Florence

    A travel blog entry by hotchic on May 08, 2013

    2 photos

    We bid farewells to our charming hosts Marco, Pasquale and father Miguel after a quick breakfast and watch our baggage go back down the cable lift, into our waiting chauffeur drive car and off to Sorrento. It is a lovely drive even though I believe by water is more picturesque, I can't help but think about how great it would be to travel along this coastline by motorbike, maybe difficult to watch ...