Studio83 B&B Pompei
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... internal garden. Quite nice and these varied in size and ornateness depending on the prosperity or otherwise of the families. Apparently, instead if signs like Bongiorno (Welcome) or Beware the Dog (Beware the Dog), the house owners would design some type of display which would give the passer by an idea if they were welcome inside or not. (Take note the Beware the Dog - Enter at own Risk) mosaic in one house entrance. Quite hilarious really. Then on ...
... we had arranged for but of course we jumped at the opportunity and said that we were in his capable hands, and what a great decision that was.
Having grown up in Pompeii, and starting his career as an archeologist, Lello was incredibly knowledgeable about the history of Pompeii and he delivered all of the information to us through captivating stories and real life examples. It was just amazing. We started our tour by making our way to the training grounds ...
... experience about the social life of pompeians 2000 years ago - its entertainment, its class system, its commercial life, its pagan worship of roman deities like Apollo, Artemis and Diana and it's early legal system. It is interesting that these facts only came to light with the first excavations made only in the 1800s.
We began our tour with a look at what our guide called the cruel events of the gladiator contests. These were roman sports involving ...
... luckily he stopped him, they are so quick. Back on the road travelling south to Pompeii, passing the the site of the Battle of Monte Cassino in 1944, where the building was destroyed by Allied bombing, an Abbey still stands on the hill, on our way to Naples we passed the famous row of tress that mark the Apian Way, the first roman road built. We passed the picturesque Bay of Naples to Pompeii with the volcano of Vesuvius in the distance. With our local guide we walked ...
... there are more details to the world that existed in this time. Graffiti, just like in Rome today, exists on the walls of the homes on the city streets. There's a large part of the ancient city that still exists under the ash and rock, and what is now being unearthed is carefully displayed and documented. I would imagine that in years that follow, there will be more discoveries and new streets opened up ...