La Locanda del Mare
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... they came back and when they did I was not expecting what mum said. She came back and said we are going to Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius (the volcano that destroyed Pompeii) in a limo. I thought she was joking but she wasn't and that was that. When the time came to go to Pompeii we went down to the lobby of our hotel and waited for our driver. He was all ready there and lead us to the limo. When I saw the 'limo' I just laughed and found it ...
Today we docked (along with four other cruise ships) at the port of Naples. On coming into the port there was evidence of beautiful old buildings with the odd sky scraper added for good luck. However on closer inspection and when driving through the town of Naples to reach our destination, it is very run down and quite depressing. The apartment housing is quite terrible and the buildings look on the verge of collapse. As we came out of the city there was evidence of farming and the ...
... at the front desk even game me some of her own aspirin (it was sealed so I knew it was safe) when I told her I had a headache and asked where the closest pharmacy was. My only annoyance was that you had to plug your hotel key into the wall in order for the electricity to work, which included the air conditioning. I would have preferred it if I could have ...
... visit to the ancient city of Pompeii. Depart the pier for the transfer via mini-bus to the main square of Sorrento. From here, you will board a coach for the drive along the Sorrento coast, past the Bay of Naples and on to the remarkable ruins of Pompeii at the foot of Mount Vesuvius.
Pompeii is considered to be the world's finest example of an ancient ...
... We had a walk round the harbour to try and find the office but there was no sign of one anywhere, so we took a few photos of the Roman harbour (hacked out from the rock) and then went back to the boat to get warm. A French yacht came in alongside us shortly afterwards to shelter from the squall that was blowing by then.
We were off by 7.50am next morning without any sight of a Capitania so we had a free berth. The Frenchies whom we saw later in ...