Bleu Village

Address: Alimuri 7, Meta, Campania, 80062, Italy | Hotel
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Pompeii, Naples

A travel blog entry by victor.duval on Oct 09, 2014

12 photos

... shop fronts with dwellings attached at the back.

Our guide would make innuendo about pompeian lives and often say, "I leave it to your imagination". Pompeians were very practical people and instead of putting up a road sign as we do, they would chisel a symbol into the cobble-stoned roadway. One of these was a phallic symbol pointing to the local bordello. Our guide pointed to the symbol and say "I leave it to your imagination". He put bordellos into ...


A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Jun 28, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... plaster and stone carvings everywhere. They built them with floor and wall cavities and were constantly full of steam. I know from watch a docco on building an Rome bath house that it was not easy to do.

After the tour, lunch was recommended by Scott to go to the Suise restaurant. "Highly recommended, good feed, will be looked after" a few thins he said. So I did. It wasn't great. Also not that cheap even with the 10% off voucher we had. Once back on the bus the ...

Ciao Pompeii

A travel blog entry by smittee on Oct 18, 2013

47 photos

... restlessly since 1944. One can walk the entire crater lip for the most interesting views; but we gave it a miss as we did not have much time as we had to return back, the far end of the rim overlooks the Pompeii. The walk back was easy and it was really good experience of going up to see the Crater and the panoramic views of the bay of Naples were amazing. After we were back from our Vesuvius trip we headed to Pompei.

Pompeii ...

Path of the gods

A travel blog entry by suejohnston22 on Sep 07, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... The tracks were alive with little lizards darting here and there and the odd mountain goat, with their bells echoing across the hills. It was nothing less than awesome and a truly spiritual experience. You really do feel like you are on top of the world miles away from everything and the heavens are so close -no wonder it is the path of the gods. The path changes as did our dexterity. Creeping through bushy areas to rocky outcrops ...

I am definitely not cut out for life on the sea.

A travel blog entry by marjen13 on Jun 02, 2013

2 photos

From Assissi we travelled down to Naples in the morning to get a boat over to Capri. Naples - pretty grotty and traffic!!!!! Cars were everywhere, road rules are optional they say and we saw of evidence of that. If you can get there first go for it. Cars just flew in front of the bus, motor scooters everywhere and they zip around like mad ants. Arrived at the port just in time for the boat. The order was to get off the coach and run for it. We obedient children did as ...