B&B Attico Partenopeo
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a bit of a struggle with all the other people with suitcases. We didn't think about sitting on the passenger side for the best views and ended up sitting on the driver's side. About half-way thru, we were able to move over to the passenger side. What a gut-churning ride! Between the cliffs, the hairpin turns, the traffic, the barely brushing by the other buses and such on the road, the cars parking in barely existing parking spots - I ...
We had been looking forward to today. It was possibly, we thought, going to be our real highlight of the cruise. Naples, Mt Vesuvius, Pompeii, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast were on our itinerary and we were very much looking forward to our tour.
But first, couple of things about last night. The show last night was a real treat, an amazing experience. We did not plan it but as it turned out the only seats left, by the time we arrived, were near the front, very near, so we ...
... fruit, baskets of vegetables; miniature working scenes etc, depicting the daily life in Italy in times gone by. All the models were amazing in their detail. We meant to find out the significance of all these tiny models and why just this one area specialised in them, but we didn't, so we will never know. We ate take away chicken gyros from a small shop during our late night stroll and boy, were they ...
... very slow process of excavating 30m of dried mud began.
Today only 1/3 of the ancient town of Herculaneum is fully excavated, and the modern town of Herculaneum still stands over the top of the rest of it.
The ruins have been preserved beautifully.
We can still see clearly ancient mosaics, fountains, roads, signs, buildings, frescoes and even 2000 year old wooden doors!
... that we take their bag of cookies that they had with them.
Of course, we all went to Pompei, which is a must-see. (I remember first hearing about Pompei when I was about 10 years old and my older sister had enthusiastically told the family around the dinner table about this town, something she was learning about at school. I was jealous that I didn't get to learn something so interesting.) We also went out for a very nice ...