Galassia Park Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and at least one of these towns is going to go the way of Pompeii. And so I hop on the commuter train out from Napoli Station one last time, and head out as far as Torre Anunciate, where I make sure I “connect” my footprints with the Superhike trail before backtracking a bit to Trecase, the first town in this “Circum-Vesuvius” series of towns. There a marching band walking up and down the streets, young folks dressed in white and carrying a ...
... Our hotel accommodations here are great. We had lunch at a local place and spent the afternoon at the National Archeological Museum. It is all very interesting - few signs in English (unlike Rome). Also, museums here are not air conditioned. I find that interesting with all the artifacts. We enjoyed the Pompeian exhibits, frescos, sculptures, etc. David will add a FEW of his photos. Naple Observation: No side walk etiquette - 3 to 4 abreast down the middle of the sidewalk. ...
... should be arguing and even those painting the paintings I saw. I would like very much to revisit Pompeii, one day is just not enough time to see it all, although I saw quite a lot there was much I didn’t see either.
One day is just not enough for a visit to Pompeii, although i did enjoy what little i saw there was much i missed, it is for this reason i would enjoy a return visit
Goodbye Rome. Hong Kong here I ...
... again before I left.
But I decide I'm here now, and I'm best to make the most of my day, rather than dwell on my annoyance. So we tour the island with a mass of other boats, being shown the steep cliff faces, a cave with a rock the shape of Mother Mary, large stalignites appearing to hang like jewels from cave entrances, back into an emerald water grotto, see where Tiberius launched people into the sea, are pointed out a beach for bambino (baby) making as it's ...
... with plants growing out of them. I asked him about the rooftops, and he said they had none. It was open air. He showed me peepholes they had so you could see who was outside knocking. And old pizza ovens. And the sign of a brothel is a big "thing" made of stone in the corner of the brothel. It was an interesting and beautiful place. Mount Vesuvius was clearly visible and so beautiful to see from the city. Okay, pics now! :-) ...