Studio83 B&B Pompei
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm now firmly in Italy and I must say we didn't have a very good introduction and my first impressions were far from good. But more of that later.
Dubrovnik is a small and beautiful fortress town and port squeezed onto a strip of land below a mountain. It has withstood attacks through time from many adversaries, the most recent being the Serbs who bombarded and beseiged it in 1991. Like many top travel destinations it was at tourist overload, but as I was one ...
As history tells us, some time, ages ago (79AD),
it appears that Pompeii had the misfortune of experiencing a sudden eruption courtesy of Mt. Vesuvius. Many inhabitants fell victim to smoke inhalation/asphyxiation. The city was then covered in several meters of ash and later lava. Precisely because Pompeii was preserved under all these meters of ash, then lava for hundreds of years, archaeologists were able to recover a fine example of urban planning ...
... it was great. Just the action packed drive back down the mountain again!!! Tonight we were both quite tired , we headed out however for dinner, which was just up the road at a family restaurant. I had Spagetti Carbonara and Kevin had mussels, clams and squid Spagetti. Both ok with a bottle of dry white wine and I forgot what it was ...dam!! When I remember what that wine is I'll tell you!!!! From Robyn in ...
... I assumed they would be more of a central attraction.
After several hours, we decided to head back to our villa. Our villa, a spacious, two bedroom, two bathroom home, was just outside of a town called Sant Agata Sui due Golfi. It was in a great location and we were able to easily drive to Amalfi and Pompeii. Our front yard was loaded with orange and lemon trees, and ...
... above the filth running down the road. The mosaics and frescoes that survived within the buildings were really beautiful, but the best part of the tour was the part at the end in the Temple of Apollo, which had excellent views of Vesuvius in the background. It was baking hot, and dry, but the views here really made it worthwhile. Marie-Luisa led us out of Pompeii after this, and passed us off to another – this time nameless – ...