Albergo Della Corte
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- Shuttle bus service
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Out tour guide, Salvatore, left a humorous impression on John and I. He was an older man who seemed as though he was a retired teacher. He told us to call him Bene, Bene, Bene and the bus driver's name was Cassanova. Every time he wanted the group's attention, he would say, "all my children, come here" as he shook his hands in the air. He translated the entire Pompeii and Vesuvius tour in two languages- English and French. We were struck by the magnitude of ...
... Ultimately, the rain was a good thing. Pompei, normally a tourist filled Mecca, was rather empty which made sightseeing even more enjoyable.
After the tour, we enjoyed pizzas and calzones at a pizzeria in the city of Pompei. Brian suggested pizza since we were close to Naples, the birthplace of pizza.
The drive back to Rome was eventful with Claibourne and Christine taking turns as DJs and ...
... 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, ...
Mount Vesuvius is a 1,281 metre tall, 17,000 year old volcano located a short distance from the shore of the Gulf of Naples. In the past Vesuvius was much taller, but the rock walls of the volcanic structure have collapsed throughout its history. The rock it is composed of is up to 25,000 years old. Vesuvius is most famous as the destroyer of the ancient Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.
The trek to Mount Vesuvius is one of the first organized tours we've ...
... us feel very unsafe and un welcomed. We finally found the pizzeria, and escaped to its safety to enjoy some of the best pizza we've ever had. Definitely worth the walk. The following da, the rain took a break long enough for us to enjoy the ruins of Pompeii, we spent some two and a half hours wandering the maze of ruins. Even though we sort of wished we had gotten a guide, it was fun to try to make up stories about what different things were, or what they were used for. You can check ...