Hotel Villa Medici - Sea Hotels Group
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Pizza. The King and Queen wanted something different so they made a Margherita Pizza and that was the start of a popular fast food worldwide. First stop was Pompeii, in 79AD, this town was devastated by the eruption of a volcano on Mt. Vesuvius. There was a couple of long tunnels on the way to Sorrento, one took us 6 minutes to drive through. The roads right through from Sorrento to Positano were ...
... as bomb shelters during WW II. It was weird because they had 3 or 4 toilets near each entry to service 10,000 people - Pew what a smell!
It would have been scary.
We went to a Halloween party on the ship. Mum and I dressed up and won the spookiest couple award. I also did a Trick or Treat treasure hunt in the ...
... to Pompeii which took about 40 mins. On the map it looked like a fish.In Pompeii the people didn't die from lava but they died from toxic air from the volcano it happened all day. In Pompeii there were stepping stones to cross the street because the sewerage and waste from people's homes would wash out to the street. You could see chariot tracks from were chariots used to ...
... the lush green I thought it would be, then they have just come out of a hot summer. Arriving in Barcelona I got a taxi to the Sant Jordi Diagonal hostel. Nice place. Settling I go for a walk to the city centre the very long way. Why is it I can seem to work out what direction I'm going in in an different country. So I kind of when the ...
... went the prettier it got with Mt Vesuvius providing an interesting spectacle and then the mountainous region of Amalfi starting to come into view. Our beautiful guide Luisa educated us on the coastline including the monasteries, religious artefacts, churches and houses which cling precariously to sheer cliff face. The towns of Salerno and Amalfi are not flat and some houses can only be accessed by foot. Their income is derived from the sea - anchovies and tuna which they export to ...