Fittacamere Le Anfore

Address: Via Plinio, 66 , Pompei, Campania, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Plinio, 66 , Pompei, is near Ancient Pompeii, House of the Mysteries (Villa dei Misteri), Forum, and Great Theater (Teatro Grande).
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Travel Blogs from Pompei

Spartacus Camp

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Nov 08, 2015

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... amazing, it is very easy to get an appreciation of how society functioned at the time.

Twenty thousand people lived here and two thousand died in the eruptions of 79AD.

The audio guide was full of information and there were lots of young people stationed around the site who were only to happy to talk about various aspects of the ruins.


Life Yesterday and Today

A travel blog entry by inkiara on Sep 13, 2015

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... floor - they were blue and yellow!! A quick freshen up and we walked through the most gorgeous gardens to the restaurant. It was beautiful and when we went outside on to the balcony, the view down to Sorrento was out of this world. Dinner was delicious once again! I am glad that we are doing so much walking because I hope it counters all the food that we are eating!! I can't believe how many amazing sites that we have see already and there are still many more to ...

Busabout Italian Adventure begins

A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 19, 2015

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Today was a early start. We had to be on the bus by 7:45 for the start of our Italian adventure. First stop was Pompeii. Charlotte our tour guide pointed out mount Vesuvius. This volcano is still massive but at the time the sides continued up to form a peak which blew off completely. The eruption was in 79 AD and considering it buried the town in 4-6m of ash and pumice clearly was huge, no wonder it caused so much damage. We arrived in the ...

Ancient Pompeii

A travel blog entry by adahlin on Sep 25, 2013

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... having been born in Naples. We’d also gone to the "Life and Death: Pompeii & Herculaneum" exhibition at the British Museum while we were in London which gave us some good historical background. Rossanna made sure we saw a little bit of everything, without feeling too rushed. She was very generous with her time and stayed longer than the allocated three hours as she could see how enthusiastic and excited we were to be there.

As ...


A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Sep 01, 2013

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... if donkeys and people, balancing jugs of water, had to go up and down the same stairway. At the bottom is a bridge that people could walk on to scoop up water. The well was built because a pope got nervous. After Rome was sacked in 1527 by renegade troops of the Holy Roman Empire, the pope fled to Orvieto. He feared that even this little town (with no water source on top) would be besieged. He commissioned a well, which was started in 1527 and finished 10 years ...