Albergo Della Corte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... been killed by the poisonous gasses. Herculaneum was covered by a layer of boiling ash and mud ranging in thickness between 16 and 25 meters. This all happened in 79 AD. By then the city was already 600 years in existence and was a very busy place judging by the wear mark in the roads.
I will keep this short and put some ore comments with the pictures. One thing ...
Day one of our side-trip Italian adventure. Our guide Ben loves to practise his falsetto singing voice on the bus. I sit at the front and watch the erratic driving unfold before me. Driving on the middle of the centre lines, weaving within the lanes (people can't drive straight), not indicating changing lanes, indicating but moving in the opposite direction and lots of hands flapping around in exasperation.
We are going to have to get great ...
Prelude: A big day for the Hawthorn Hawks who defeated the Fremantle Dockers by 15 points in the Australian Rules Football Grand Final. The Sydney Swans won it last year from the Hawks so well done Hawthorn for coming back and winning it this year like you said you would. (If only the Swans hadn't been decimated by injury this year...) Jasper and I got up at 6:30am to listen to the radio broadcast via the World Wide Web. We ...
... Italian town. There's a wide pedestrian street with cafes where you can sit outside, several Roman monuments, churches, a sculpture garden, and a good theater with cultural events. Benevento, Latin Beneventum, city and archiepiscopal see, Campania regione, southern Italy. The city lies on a ridge between the Calore and Sabato rivers, northeast of Naples. It originated as Malies, a town of the Oscans, or Samnites; later known as Maleventum, ...
... sociable. They enjoyed each others company. And then it happened. Devastation. That moment. It's impact. The thinking. The hopelessness.
It is not often that you find something that encapsulates everything you feel or sense. But as Gaby and I wandered along the lane adjacent to the location of the Temple of Zeus, in an unheralded enclosure with lots of other unrelated artefacts, as often happens in Europe, we found what we ...