Hotel Antiche Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... gray views of the Bougainville growing wild along the countryside. As we neared our hotel, the area was a little dirty and rundown. Finally, we drove through the hard to the Hotel Paradiso. The name at first did not fit the place. However, after dinner we made our way to the 5th floor only to open the elevator door to panoramic views of the city and the gulf of Naples at sunset. The Lord's glory was evident in His beautiful creation all around ...
... Then in through one of seven entrances in to the ancient Roman city that was destroyed when Mount Versuvius erupted in 79AD. The site is much bigger than we'd expected and very well preserved considering it had been completely buried in volcano ash (which preserved everything). The streets are laid out in a well organised grid with huge rounded stones forming cobbled streets. ...
... fix my phone and it worked! So relieved and Deb has been upgraded to BFF status! Didn't even lose any photos or anything so was very soaked! For dinner we went to a cheap pizza bar (which is so much nicer than restaurant pizza) and got a massive pizza to share between 3 of us. It was so big we couldn't even finish it which says a lot! After dinner I said goodbye to dave and Michelle and went back to my hostel to get my bags packed ready to fly to Croatia ...
We will be back in Rome on April 23, until May 1. Then we will be on our own for a week, and I
think by then I will know how to travel in Rome. It is mind boggling to see what the Romans built.They had great engineers and designers, a large number of slaves who did all the building work, and vision of what they wanted. Add to this a growing and powerful group of Popes
who were both religious and political leaders, and the group built ...
... Monuments from classical times include Trajan’s Arch (Porta Aurea; ad 114–117), the ruins of a Roman theatre, and the Ponte Lebbroso, a bridge over the Sabato River. The frequently rebuilt cathedral (founded 7th century), with magnificent bronze doors; the 12th-century cloister of the Church of Santa Sofia (8th century, rebuilt 1688); and the castle (1321) are notable medieval buildings. Benevento is an agricultural centre for wheat, ...