Grand Hotel Due Golfi
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
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... the ruins of Pompeii. This is Italy's most famous archaeological site with an excavated area of 109 acres. No other ancient town has been uncovered so completely. Excavations are still going on today. Based on calculations of the city walls, which are only partly excavated, Pompeii covered an area of 163 acres. In 79AD Vesuvius erupted, burying the town of Pompeii is soot and ash and killing 20,000 people. You can see ...
... with people. I eventually put my camera away because I realized that I was not seeing any pictures with Italians. I walked for blocks and only saw cruise boat people.
As usual, Sorrento is a great place for portraits. I got some good pictures of the students. Look for your loved ones and enjoy.
Good news: Our last student cleared her visa issues and arrived late on Sunday night. Our group is now complete!
... 10 miles) meant we had to abandon this idea.
The two remaining options available to us were a day-trip to Capri or a day-trip along the Amalfi Coast taking in some time at Amalfi itself and Positano. We decided to book ourselves on the Amalfi one for the next day and settled down to enjoy a relaxing evening around the tent listening to the sound of nothing except the sea.
... into our Almafi coast experience, we caught the train to Pompeii. Unfortunately we missed out on the first train by 1 minute but this have us some time to read up a bit more in the lonely planet. Back 20 years or so ago when my parents took my to Pompeii my lasting memory is a 3 legged dog with 1 eye roaming round. That said, when we got there, there were dogs. But apparently the Pompeiians like dogs, they even have signs up around the place saying ...
... boat hire. After taking the bus over to Positano and Amalfi, however, we decided the next time it would be worth hiring either of these.
The campsite was great too; it was relaxed and quiet despite the Contiki Bus of Aussies, was cheap, had a pool and a private ‘beach’ and allowed us to leave our bags in lock-up for free when we visited Capri. A great start to our holiday in the ...