Bei Park Hotel Benevento
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... perspective for us - we are talking about roman times of some 2000 years ago when bordellos were not considered sinful places. Romans living there had arranged marriages for business only but bordellos were where they sought their pleasure, not at home. No beds here, only small stone platforms. Paintings on the walls were suggestive of the choices a visitor could have.
The baths. No one was rich enough to have their own baths, so baths we public for those ...
... to so had to work my leg muscles to stay upright. Thankfully I got a seat eventually. I finally arrived in Pompeii around 11:30 and went to the ticket office. I joined an English walking tour which was going to take 2 hours and see everything. It took so long for them to finally start but eventfully we were on our way. Pompeii is very different to any other ancient ruins I have been to as it is much bigger and you can see very clearly where the ...
... The main principle seems to be who chickens out first. Naples as far as human habitation goes is not too pretty. Fairly poor region but the bay and greenery are lovely. Travel group getting on very well. Being very small probably helps, ten plus our ...
Benevento is a historic town in the region of Campania, 50 km inland from Naples. It was a base for Roman expansion in southern Italy and an important stop on the Appian Way, the ancient Roman road connecting the west and east coasts. After being sacked in 452, Benevento was ruled by the Lombards (or Longobards) and Byzantines, and finally by the Pope who ruled the town for 800 years. Benevento, in a beautiful setting in the hills, is a pleasant place to visit, a good break ...
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 ...