Studio83 B&B Pompei
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... would take us back to Napoli, where we would then get the Frecciarossa back to Rome for our second stay in Rome.
Just going in the train car of the Frecciarossa, with it's business-class accommodations, revitalized us. Once in Rome, our hotel - The Independent - was another welcome site. It was a three-room apartment, very comfortable and very clean. Ahh! This is the Rome we were looking for earlier! For one more day, this will do just fine.
... dark and quiet as everyone and everything attempted to avoid the falling ash and rock. Meanwhile on Mt Vesuvius bright red flames were leaping skyward and molting lava breached the top part of the mountain. Some people at the first sight of the eruption gathered all their worldly processions and ran to the sea to await the arrival of the nearby Roman fleet. Much to the demise of the citizens of Pompeii, the Roman fleet arrived too late with too little. ...
... when they died and we saw a bunch of pots.The eruption happened a day after Pompeii celebrated the fire god and 17 years before the eruption Pompeii suffered from an earth quake and the water shifted. We saw the gladiator training arena,theater,Streets,palaces and much more.Then we took a bus to mount Vesuvius (the volcano that destroyed Pompeii but the people of Pompeii did not know that they were at the ...
... and what exactly we were looking at when viewing the ruins. The headset people were nice enough to hold our bags for us there. We spent about 3 hours there and the ruins were amazing with Mt. Vesuvius looming over our shoulders. After we picked up our bags, we got on the train again ...and then a tour bus...to the Naples station and then hopped a first class train to ...
Drove out of Rome. Stopped to do some shopping, including trying to tell shampoo from conditioner , a task when you cannot read the language. Each veggie also had to be self-weighed, bagged and labeled- difficult to do if you do not know the Italian for carrot or capsicum. Planned to visit Montecasino Abbey, site of a battle that held up the Allied advance on Rome in 1944. Beware the dreaded siesta! It was closed for lunch from 12.30 to 3.30, but we had already climbed hairpins ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility