BEST WESTERN San Germano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We had booked a full day excursion from Naples down to the Amalfi Coast. It was pretty much the same group for a third time except for one new person. The guide was also the driver which concerned me as she had a tendency to take her hands of the wheel and turn around to talk while she was driving. She gave us the option of doing the coast road, otherwise known as Oh My God Road or going through the tunnels which would ...
Docked in 'old Napoli' on a day of brilliant sunshine. I was off the ship early at 8am and it was already blisteringly hot. Photo taken on the pier with a crew member in a chefs uniform wielding a giant pizza. A bit further along I was accosted by another member of the crew dressed up as a sailor. When I protested that I had already been snapped with the pizza guy he grabbed me around the waist and said 'well no problemo, now one for the ...
... about it until they got of the train at the next stop.
Eventually I arrived in Naples just on dark. Stepping out of the train station there was defiantly a dingy tinge to the place, it looked run down and a bit derelict, there was a lot of rubbish on the ground and few unsavory characters hanging around. With every zip on my bags locked with a padlock I set off for the hostel which was on the other side of the square from the train station so ...
Spent the day today at Pompeii. It was even better than either of us were expecting. The place is huge! We walked for 6 hours but still didn't managed to see everything. It really was an entire city and being at the base of Vesuvius must have been terrifying when the volcano erupted. A few grisly scenes of how people ...
... shell, the body decomposed, leaving an empty hollow. Archeologists discovered these hollows, and filled them with plaster, creating a mold of the victim. Looking at this molds is somewhat disconcerting, as it is easy to see that for many of the victims, their last moments were not peaceful ones.
While the story of Pompeii and Herculaneum is a tragic one, the circumstances of their destruction offer us an almost unparalleled glimpse into what life was like ...