Agave Hotel Residence Inn
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Here we are in a beautiful little spot inside an extinct volcano crater and aside from the sulfuric smell it is quite quaint.
We are in a little village just outside of Naples called Pozzuoli, away from the hustle and bustle and crazy Italian drivers. Upon our arrival we took a walk to the centre of the crater and wow, there is still steam hissing from holes over the whole area. There are mud pools dotted over the landscape however the heat in those mud ...
... beneath his irritating Justin Bieber haircut) that we hadn’t said that we didn’t want pork. We hadn’t said we didn’t want a Morris Minor convertible either: that didn’t justify them presenting us with one on a bed of goat’s cheese. Were we really expected to have to shout “no pig-shins!” as we walked in the door? Pig-shins? Is that even food? It sounds and looks like a dog toy, not dinner. Why go out to get in an expensive ...
... that made gluten free pizzas (senza glutine) so Jen and Sam where pretty happy. After lunch we drove up the base of Mt Vesuvius and bought tickets for a unimog ride to the top. From there we had a half hour walk to the rim and then wandered along the rim. We then climbed back down the way we came and had the return unimog ride back down.
Home was a 1.5 hour drive home with a stop at a roadside veggie shop and a gluten free ...
... of this amphitheater could be flooded to re-enact past Roman naval glories; this capacity points to ancient Puteoli's wealth as a strategic harbor prior to Ostia's opening. The upper seats look out to the harbor and sea beyond, an inviting distraction to the performance below.
Then we walked down to the harbor itself, unsure about what we were actually looking to find. Some locals knew of a church, but others were ...
... volcanic landscape of this little promontory on the Bay of Naples. Although supposedly inactive it nevertheless has many fumaroles, through which superheated gases are belched..and a pool of gently bubbling mud in its centre. The Romans thought Campi Pleghrea was the gates of Hell, but still used it for its health-giving spa properties. As well as the main fumaroles you can see the well which was used from Medieval times ...