Albergo Della Corte
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... the crew including a turning bay an a truck stop.. All had their moments an was time to say goodbye to black Betty an fat freddy sadly. They off to Greek Islands while we do Croatia. See you in sept! Then off to Venice with a couple big driving days, pick up the new jake members dougie an baretis an check out the canals an another stunning Italian feed an a few spiratizs. Off to Croatia, bring on the ...
... You can rest at few points if you need to catch your breath; we took our time and the views were breath taking. On the top there is a free guide there, who explains about the chemical reactions that make the heat, steam, and lava. The volcano is desolate; the Fumaroles and the rock formations are lunar like, some of the rocks are hot but we did not see the steam in the crater vent. Vesuvius is the mainland Europe's only active volcano which has ...
... 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, ...
... in the hot sun, not a lot if trees survived the volcano eruption! Pompei was a thriving commercial town until Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79AD burying it under a layer of burning pumice stone fragments (officially). It was amazing to see how much of the town is still there. An amphitheatre, stadium, bathhouse, even wall paintings and statues have survived on some places, it's quite amazing to see. Afterwards we did some supermarket shopping and went back to camp to cook dinner. ...
This is going to be a brief one. I spent 6 ours today walking around Pompei and I'm whooped. There is a lot to see there and I recommend hiring a guide because there is a lot to learn about the culture and history of Roman cities that stems from what was discovered in those ruins.
Seeing the plaster-casted remains of the people buried under the volcanic ash was awe-inspiring. You can really tell what most of ...