Fittacamere Le Anfore

Via Plinio, 66 , Pompei, Campania, Italy | Hotel

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Day 13 - The day we truly almost died.

A travel blog entry by custrdcar


... We're both very confident in open water after years of scuba diving but we both recognized that we were in real danger here. The waves were white capping underneath us and on several occasions I truly thought the boat may tip over. I kept us close to the shoreline in case we ended up in the water and had to swim ... and we began to look for the life jackets (which we didn't find until after we were safely back to port). It took over an hour to make it back to Sorrento ...

Dance on a volcano - Vesuvius

A travel blog entry by groovyduck


... down the path is tricky with the best slipping and sliding in the loose ground. On the way up a very upset lady was being repatriated in a knocked fiat uno. Never the most stable in my pins I make it almost to the bottom before sustaining a little road rash. NOTHING SERIOUS. I've no idea quite how my left hand and knee copped it, everyone was picking everyone else up, but despite solicitous queries I picked myself up fine dusted myself down and carried on. I ...

Pompeii--The END!

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo


... suddenly a white ash covered everything in the city---houses, people, animals, streets, and crops, As the ash built up on all surfaces, masters yelled at their slaves to sweep harder and faster in an attempt to clean off the falling ash from the buildings. Some people ran indoors in their attempt to avoid the falling ash, pumice and sulfur-smelling rocks raining down on Pompeii like Hell's Fury. By late afternoon six hours after the eruption, Pompeii had ...

Maxwell's Volcanic Adventure

A travel blog entry by odlozinski


... when they died and we saw a bunch of pots.The eruption happened a day after Pompeii celebrated the fire god and 17 years before the eruption Pompeii suffered from an earth quake and the water shifted. We saw the gladiator training arena,theater,Streets,palaces and much more.Then we took a bus to mount Vesuvius (the volcano that destroyed Pompeii but the people of Pompeii did not know that they were at the ...


A travel blog entry by makkah


... they died, I can only hope they were replaced by plaster models so as they could be given a decent burial. There was Venus reclining on her seashell, I have to say she wasn’t the beauty that she is portrayed today, but for a lady over two thousand years old she still looks pretty good to me. Pompeii is another place where you can sit and let you imagination run riot, even today I am sure I could see the locals pass by, talking in the Forum, or ...


This hotel, located on Via Plinio, 66 , Pompei, is near Ancient Pompeii, Forum, House of the Mysteries (Villa dei Misteri), and Great Theater (Teatro Grande).
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