Castello di Limatola - Relais Chateau
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... again, but currently no magma has been detected within 10 kilometres of the surface.
An hour and 40 minutes after originally leaving the car park we met our group there again. The bus was late and one couple in particular was obviously annoyed. A half hour later they were propositioning other tour companies to take them of the volcano. When our bus and guide finally arrived the couple was irate to learn about the surprise wine tasting. When the rest of the ...
... a lot about what there was to see. It was very exciting for her to finally be here to see it for real. She was also really disappointed with the tour and information given. She also explained that there should have been more to see. Another thing that is disappointing is the way that no matter where you are every chance to make money is met. Within the ruins at Pompeii in what used to be the female bathing area now stood an AutoGrill (this is takeaway ...
With a complete white-out, the view of the crater was restricted (we could actually see further than the photo’s depict).There was still an eerie feeling in the air.... It is some 500m wide and 300m deep!!
I was unaware of the fact that experts expect Vesuvius to erupt again within 12 months... This time there are in excess of 2 million people in the affected area!
... s amazing considering the town was buried in 20m of volcanic ash almost 2000 years ago. Most of the ruins are houses, shops and streets, along with the Basilica (which means the kings house), the Temple of Jupiter and many other important, official buildings. We even went into a brothel, complete with carvings of the names of the ladies, their price lists and frescoes painted on the walls of pictures of what their specialty was! They've been able to ...
The train to Naples mirrored the train to Venice in discomfort. First of all, it was totally packed. Second, it was bewilderingly hot. There were times we literally thought we might pass out from the heat/smell. And of course all of the locals are wearing long sleeves-- guess they must be used to it. About halfway through the ride, we got into the mountains in Tuscany and it started to rain, so the air cooled off substantially. A ...
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