Villaggio Costa Alta
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... throughout much of the Roman world, this city was frozen in time and we can now see it as it was during its zenith of glory. I remember in my childhood hearing preachers claim that “God punished Pompeii for its sexual sinfulness” People were shocked to discover in Pompeii, not only a beautifully crafted city, but also artwork displaying giant sexual organs—not something we typically think of when we think of ancient Rome. Personally, I think their ...
... waiters disappointment. What was funny though was watching the two skeletal models at the table beside us struggle to share their six oysters in the same time we ate our platter of seafood. After dinner we decided to go for a walk while our food digested. Funnily enough we found ourselves at a bar, that just happened to be a historic natural cave, so we agreed it was only right that we stayed for a nightcap.
So one more sleep, then Rome sweet Rome. ...
At 6:40am we were stoked when we got the metro underground ticket machine to convert to English and get us to the Starting point of our tour. The underground came up right beside the square we were going to which was great here we met our tour guides and found a few other kiwis on our trip to Pompeii. On the bus we drove out through the country to the south. Their agriculture is poor, and it seems to consist of bailing roadside style grass into ...
... two altercations with officials, who took exception to the direction we were walking, and we were finally successful. Armed with maps and audio tour guides we headed back into the ruins and a greater understanding of what we were viewing. Subsequently we made a mad dash for the train back to Salerno in order to make our train connection to Rome. We found ourselves power walking back to ...
... a B&B Mike found on the internet, but it appeared to be closed so Mike donned his rain jacket and pounded the pavement while the girls and I had the luxury of staying dry in the car – he is so good!!
He found us a room at a hostel. Up until now we haven't even looked at hostels but this place is fantastic. An added bonus is that it has WiFi. We have been offline now for 10 days, which has been really frustrating.
Shortly after arriving we settled ...