Albergo Pace Pompei
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... is going to be special. And after paying a record 50 euros to visit Petra last fall, I’m not going to complain about shelling out a much more reasonable 10-15 euros to visit Pompeii. I’m alone as I take the shady stone path along the perimeter of the city, with empty window gazing down at me from the ruins… and then I go inside. The experience starts out normal enough, with your standard little amphitheatre surrounded by little rooms and large ...
Today is the last trip we will make on our holiday and this is to be to Pompeii. This involves catching a train to Naples and a half day tour to Pompeii. We were up before sunrise and we caught a bus to Roma Termini to make our 7.30am train. Not exactly the fast 300 kph intercity train but OK. Even at this time of the morning the train was full. We had a comfortable ride to Naples and we duly arrived at 9.30am. We grabbed a quick coffee and croissant at the station and ...
bay. I was looking forwards to getting to the summit of Vesiuvius so I could
take some amazing photos to make you all jealous.
I arrived at the summit followed by a little Chinese guy who
attached himself to me so I could take his pictures as and when he demanded! At
the summit, a guide meets you and explains a bit more about Vesuvius and how
they monitor the most dangerous volcano in Europe, and points out some of the
steam vents. He ...
... but for us - it will be remembered for a long time!
It is interesting to see the volunteer groups working on the ruins..... it is a project that will be ongoing for decades.... but what amazed us was .... how the hell could Pompeii have been "lost" since the events of AD79 and not re-discovered until 1748, OK, so it was buried under 6m of ash and pummice...but didn't anyone watch the news on TV!
Reportedly, and ...
... and now welcomes 2 1/2 million tourists a ...