Studio83 B&B Pompei
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Travel Blogs from Pompei
... audio tour cued up and our map! It was pretty hot, but not unbearable, which you wouldn't know by looking at the boys. We looked around at all the ruins, I thought it was pretty cool. I did a report on Pompeii in like 5th grade and have always wanted to visit there. I especially liked the 3 stones in the middle of the road where the chariot wheels could pass and people could step across when they flooded the streets to clean them. We saw the fast food place, where basically ...
The city took over 200 years to fully uncover from the volcano ash and rock!! It was soo cool how advanced they were back then, some things I would never of thought they would have in those days. The tour guide was extremely **** so we didn't actually see much of the city or learn much wish sucked, they had ...
... our pizza-to-go was a great idea, but on the train ride home we got plenty of dirty looks from our neighbours. Did it smell bad? Were they jealous? Later we found out that it’s bad manners in Italy to eat pizza with your fingers. You are meant to either fold it or eat it with a knife and fork. Whoops.
We stopped off for gelato at the restaurant next to our apartment, and then I put on the movie Angels and Demons because it features some picturesque places in ...
... was called off and the trains were running but with delays at the Circumvesuviana Train at Sorrento. We waited in the dilapidated grubby train for half hour due to the delays before the train started and it stopped at few stops before reaching Pompeii Scavi which took about 30 minutes.On reaching the station we went to the little information office where they take people on a mini bus to a private road up to Vesuvius plus the entrance for 22 ...
... at any given time. Side note - we also had a couple of kiwis, some frenchies and a about 20 yanks
First stop was Mount Vesuvius. The bus driver, Carlo, did a fantastic job of weaving the bus up this winding narrow road to the car park. Occasionally we passed another tourist bus on the way down. The gap between the two vehicles was no more than a few centimetres, yet no contact occurred. We had wonderful views of Napoli. It did surprise me however they have built this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility