Albergo Pace Pompei
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... houses—sometimes, beautiful artwork, sometimes just childish scribblings. You see the social classes—some bigger mansions, and some smaller, simpler homes… but you notice that every home was built with precision, built to be beautiful, built to last. You see neatly cut paving stones and drainage ditched in each street, and houses carefully built around open pools and courtyards to make maximum use of light—the more you look, the greater admiration ...
... The roofs were intact and beautifully painted, the changing rooms with intricate statues and a fully tiled plunge pool. It was easy to see how the Romans enjoyed their bathing.
The whole place is huge and goes on for street after street of well preserved buildings, a truly amazing site and capped off by the amphitheatre, which is set on the outskirts. This 20,000 seater is said to be the oldest (80BC) in Italy, and is almost fully intact.
... br> grapes for me to try – much better than ones you get in Asda I can tell you.
Then his hands started getting a bit wandering as he leant in for a kiss. I don’t
think I have ever turned the other cheek so fast!!! That was a whole experience
of itself, trying to avoid the advances of an old man!
The flirty old man aside, Ive had a wonderful day, and its
times like this that make me so glad I preserved when the going got tough
... of the city and its art gave ...
Up nice and early packed for the next destination Pompeii and Sorrento. Stopped half way for a coffee at an Auto Grill which was like an SPC Ardmona but at a service station. Got to Pompeii and met with our tour guide Alfonso. Alfonso is an Archaeologist who provided us with some great details of the history of Pompeii. Pompeii is a city that was completely covered by Volcanic ash after the eruption of Mount ...