Bei Park Hotel Benevento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Pompeii is a awesome city because of its amazing history. There was an Earth quake 17 years before the eruption of Vesuvius which caused the sea level to go away from the city. And the 2 days before Vesuvius erupted there was a celebration of the fire god then came a norther ...
... we lost one of the couples—Joe searched but when he couldn't find them we had to move on. Turns out they got the meeting time wrong by an hour—oops! They ended up taking the train later in the day to meet up with us in Sorrento.
Next we headed for Pompeii. We had a really good guide that took us through the sites—it was an extensive tour, probably 1 ½ hours or more. Before we started the tour there was a little time to ...
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 ...
Today was the first day of my Italian Adventure tour. I was really excited about this tour and the next few days ahead. Mandy had convinced me back home that this tour was nothing but amazing and everyone I'd met so far who had done it raved about it also. The fact it was booked out for the next 2 months just proves how popular it is. I got up nice and early, said goodbye to Sarah and walked down to reception to check out and join up with the tour group. After showing my passport to ...
... hollowed out shapes of bodies buried under the ashes were filled with cement to make a statue of what the person looked like. It was so interesting. You could see how they died. Some people were laid peacefully and unexpressionless. Others, however, seemed to die torturous and painful deaths. There were statues of men with their mouths open in a silent scream. Their bones stuck out of the cement. Some were laid in the fetal position. There were the remains of ...