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

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 02, 2014

    3 photos

    ... slows down progress. Arrive with much glee as not even the faintest of a scratch on the red rocket. This does not stop the hire car guy dancing around the car for some time like he owned it. Farewell Sardinia, what a fantastic time we have had here - many many thanks from us to Deb and Kim for their abode. Flight to Napoli did as expected, a very scenic aspect as we came into land with sea and major shipping views on one side with the city all round the harbour. Actual airport is ...

    Sicily Wrapped Up

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 21, 2013

    45 photos

    ... badly and five days later National TV, is still showing shots of the damage and clean up work. What with bad weather in New Zealand, cyclones in the Philippines and major storms over Italy, Mother Nature keeps reminding us of her presence.

    About half an hour after we got off the ferry, the weather really deteriorated and we had rain from there until we reached our destination – nine and a half hours after we set off ...

    Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol on Jul 23, 2013

    18 photos

    ... Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. That eruption ejected a cloud of stones, ash and fumes to a height of 20.5 miles, spewing molten rock and pulverised pumice at the rate of 1.5 million tons per second, ultimately releasing a hundred thousand times the thermal energy released by the Hiroshima bombing. An estimated 16,000 people died due to Hydrothermal pyroclastic flows. The only surviving eyewitness account of the event consists ...

    Just one little wafer....

    A travel blog entry by misneach on Apr 15, 2013

    7 photos

    ... who we were and why we were there and ushered to a seat, where food began to appear. An amazing array of anti-pasto, with so many choices....about 8 or 9 dishes maybe? All bar one were amazing and delicious. Steven was excited by the bread of course, but he chowed down on all of the food. Including the Cavolo Cappuccio Rosso (red cabbage)! once finished with this we were all a bit....satisfied, and afraid! as we knew there was more food to come. We had slowed down ...

    An Impossible Dream Come True

    A travel blog entry by magicoftravel on Mar 14, 2012

    14 photos

    ... I turned back and decided I wanted to find an Internet point. Unfortunately, all the Internet points and shops were closed. I guess in the southern parts of Italy, there are some sort of "siestas," or a break. Meaning, all the shops closed from 2 PM to 5 PM. I was upset and ended up sitting in a small cafe, eating the cheapest thing on the menu, which was fried vegetables.

    It was only 3 PM, and I still had three hours until my bus left. I was so tired. It ...