Bed and Breakfast Degli Aranci
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The palace where the office is is over the top of an archeological dig where they are almost certain that a body is that of St. Paul. Also the palace was where the Gregorian calendar was instigated. So interesting. The prince who owns the palace leases the floor to the Anglican centre at a peppercorn rental. We got a cab back to the hotel, bounced over the cobblestones. Must be really ******* the cars. Much prefer driving in this country in the relative comfort and safety of a ...
... are as nice as ones I have seen in much grander museums.
We then went to the museum of inlaid woodworking, the Museo-Bottega della Tarsia Lignea As we walked, we peeked in a few of the shops, but we haven’t decided what or if we want to take any gifts back to our co-workers who are still there while we play tourists. Everything indeed seems to have something to ...
Hottest day yet!! We've had amazing weather and apparently we're fortunate we came when we did. They had a horrible July with lots of rain and even golf ball sized hailstones that destroyed lemon, olive and grape crops and did damage to vehicles. Very freaky weather for them. While we've had beautiful sunny days with a little breeze most of the time, there have been clouds in the sky off and on. Today the humidity is up at about 80% and the ...
... are all sisters but not all from the same family. There are 10 of them in total and they tried to gate crash the crew dance when it was in full swing but were politely turned away. The Matriarch, a 76 year old 4 foot 5 inch feisty Irish version of Jeanette Kranky told Mo in a strong Irish brogue: ‘Jesus, there were hardly any women up there. Are the crew all queer or summat?!’
So far we had had a shooting in Rome, riots in Istanbul, a public holiday ...
... people instantly. When it turned to stone it conserved their bodies and everything else in the exact position it was when it hit.
So, turns out I was really wrong... about pretty much everything except the fact that there was a volcanic eruption, and the town was called Pompei.
The truth is, it was an ancient Roman city which was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 metres of ash and pumice in the 79 AD Mount Vesuvius erruption. The town was left ...