Bleu Village

Address: Alimuri 7, Meta, Campania, 80062, Italy | Hotel
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You gonna lava dis bloga post

A travel blog entry by on Jul 04, 2014

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... that will give us an even better sense of the life led by Pompeiians.

Alas, the time here had to end, and we exited the city. Vesuvius was under cover of a blanket of clouds most of the day, and did not awake. There was a thought that we would have the energy and time to climb it, but that, too, would have to be saved for another trip. The Circumvesuviana train would take us back to Napoli, where we ...

It's beginning to feel a little bit like Christmas

A travel blog entry by rachel_ttw on Dec 01, 2013

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... looming nearby it's easy to imagine the terror the people felt during the eruption. And if that doesn't bring it home the casts of the bodies found during excavations certainly will, with their contorted body positions and horrified facial expressions. One thing I hadn't realised before was that many of the buildings preserved during the eruption were being re-constructed at the time because they had been damaged by a recent earthquake. No wonder the ...

Dead City, Volcano, Good Day

A travel blog entry by danddmeed on Jul 26, 2013

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... leave from to arrive at Rome the next day (those tickets would also be included in our Eurail passes). We scouted out the train station to make sure it was the right location for our tomorrow departure then made our way to a little ice cream shop. We ate some ice cream and then made it back to the “tour” start point.

Arriving about 5 minutes early, we sat in some chairs provided for us while all of the tour participants showed up. After ...

Our Last Week on the Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by sueandrenze on Apr 24, 2013

3 comments, 26 photos

... the “E”. So we had to run up the road and hope at least the bus was running – we had already suffered the fate of one being cancelled a few days earlier when returning from Amalfi and then had to rush to the ferry – “NORMALE”.

The first part of the bus trip is spectacular – a narrow road on the cliff face high above the ocean. After about 30 min, the bus goes across a peninsula and comes to within 5 km of Sorrento but that ...

Pompeii- The end is here

A travel blog entry by karawilson on Apr 05, 2012

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... 8217;s archaeological site. I didn’t want to miss a thing. I was so excited to see this site because of the creepiness and historical story it entailed. I won’t go into detail but 17 years before Mt. Vesuvius blew a strong, major earthquake occurred and many of the people of Pompeii evacuated never to return. The remainder that stayed after the earthquake then experienced the major eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. This eruption at first suffocated the people of Pompeii and ...