Foro Appio Hotel Mansio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... away. As we sat down to dinner on the terrace we noticed a little larger smoke than usual from Mt Massacio. It is across the valley of the Gargliano river about 10 miles away. This is the mountain chain we view from our terrace to the south. Using the binoculars we could see flames running up the mountain side.
Soon we didn't need binoculars. It ...
... so luckily I still have six weeks left! I keep reminding Amanda of that fact and I think she's getting close to punching me in the face! ;) I just finished packing. It took me longer than normal because I wanted to check every corner and pocket to make sure I'm not bringing home any pet lizards! I was sure one snuck into my luggage, but I think I'm good (I hope!). I have Italian MTV on in the background. They love their rap, but the videos are hilarious! I don't know if ...
... applying tons of sunscreen, I still burned my skin. The sun is so intense out here! I know, champagne problems! We later made our way into town to walk around and have some dinner. While the hotel and beach are gorgeous, the actual town of Gaeta is definitely not as nice. The people we have met, however, have been incredibly friendly. Tomorrow is our last day; the weather is supposed to be perfect so I'm definitely looking forward to ...
We're heading to the coast! Through a bit of research, we found the little town of Gaeta to spend the next few days. It's two hours from Rome and the perfect way to end our trip, especially with this heat. The hotel is literally built into this huge rock so there are tons and tons of stairs everywhere. Great workout on the way to the beach! Amanda is my ...
... the early hours of the morning in about AD 79 (a fair while ago isn't it?) and whilst some who were wake made a run for the sea, which was at that stage only about 1km away, (now apparently almost 10km!) most of those in situ at the time perished.
But the fascinating thing is that a similar fate beset those in some nearby towns (I put my hand up - I wasn't listening at that stage) but the difference is that they were closer to the volcano and therefore consumed by the lava, ...