Casa Dominova Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... of the bluest water I have ever seen. On our cruise we made quick friends with a girl from Colorado, Madison. To my disappointment she does not work in the weed industry so I'm now at a 50% average. But she was a lot of fun. After our cruise we sadly had to move hostels due to ours being full. The one we moved to was significantly less cool and not nearly as nice, also double the price. From here we met Craig and Madison in Sorrento for a night of randoms. Sadly ...
... wide enough for one car, let alone two way, with cars parked, double parked all the way along. Stopped on the top of the road at a little fruit market and look out. Peter arranged for a platter of fresh fruits for us - oranges, grapes, apricots, strawberries. Oh the taste. So gorgeous. They had lemons there the size of melons! Incredible. We were in front of the bus, on the coast side. I didn't dare look down. Very scarey. Drivers are amazing how they negotiate ...
... guide, Salvatore, walked us down to the row of cafes and shops on the edge of the sea, gave us a meeting place and time, pointed out where to buy espresso and gelato and where to find the toilets, and left us on our own for almost two hours. That was much more shopping time than I cared for so we bought espresso and sat to watch the surf come in. When it seemed like we had been in the cafe long enough, we started our slow climb ...
... So theres the introduction - as can be guessed we drove up to Pompeii and found the excavated ruins of the town that was buried as a result of the eruption of Mt Vesuvius in AD79. The excavated ruins are huge covering a big area. The number of buildings excavated are amazing as is some of the detail that has been uncovered. We wandered around the excavations for 2.5 hours before we decided it was time to move on.
We found ...
... hot gas collapsed, which sent an avalanche of lava, ash, and gas down the mountain at 100 miles per hour. This wiped out Herculaneum, burying it with 60 feet of hot material. The next morning, another similar eruption and flow engulfed Pompei sealing the remaining residents fate. Most who fled, and many people in close surrounding towns also died, not as a result of the lava and ash, but rather from the poisonous gases that blew in the wind. We start to explore the city. Looking ...