Hotel Villa Medici - Sea Hotels Group
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and had a delicious lunch before arriving into Naples. Upon leaving our lunch table Toby stood up and hit his head on the decorative window arch. Toby became very mad and Oswald (our waiter at dinner) came rushing over to tell Toby to calm down. Ha ha I think he thought Toby was going to explode, become a tornado and damage property. I guess those looking at the situation and don't know Toby probably would have thought that. I laughed and reminded Toby he was not the height of ...
... it to the Museo Archeological Nationale. The building itself is magnificent, one of the multitude within the city. Sculptures line the entrance hall, with a wide sweeping double staircase leading to the upper floors. The secret chamber contained what was purported to be erotica, but mainly consisted of penises in various presentations. This museum was where many of the frescoes and artifacts removed from ...
... our tickets. It was an amazing experience! You could have stayed there all day! It was very interesting. We got an audio guide but I kind of wished we went with a actually tour guide. It was very hard to find out where to go. We did not cover all of it. We got to see Roman baths, houses, sculptures, gladiator arena and even bodies that had been set in stone from the devastating volcano eruption. It was an eye opening experience that left us wanting to know a lot more! After ...
... walls. We also went into the sauna and bath complex, which is one of the building complexes which still has the original roof. It has many of the original features intact such as the murals and mosaic floors as well as the double walls for heating and the water channels which supplied the baths.
The area was also supplied with water from the hills nearby and the original fountains and lead pipes are still visible. The roads are rutted ...
... decision for our day’s activity. The hostel always posts signs for ideas of what to do, and the one we chose just happened to be leaving in twenty minutes from when we signed up. As some of you already know (because I couldn’t contain my excitement), we rode horses up and down Mount Vesuvius. The guy picked Natalie and two other boys up from the hostel and took us to the stable, which was about twenty minutes away. In ...