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Praiano Cove
Naples

This little cove is home to the hotel we stayed in on our weekend get away in the spring of 2008. The quiet cove was a great place to relax and enjoy the beautiful spring air.

Copyright: Scott knauss
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Chargée: 25/01/2009
Mis à jour: 30/09/2014
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Tags: cove; praino; italy; alfonso al mare
  • theherbalguys over 1 year ago
    thanks for the share. I think that more people will be traveling like myself. i enjoy the travel and sight seeing, sometimes I forget to just chill which is one reason that I am traveling.
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