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... in ash. It was only about 30 degrees during the tour, however I felt like I was about to explode with my headache and general sickness. The tour only went for 2 hours (it felt like 6) and it was really interesting to see what life was like 2000 years ago, however I really wasn't in the mood for it. The best parts of the tour for me were the three water fountain stops. Apparently the volcano erupted just 17 years before that, and the inhabitants were still rebuilding the city ...
... white roses adorned the pews, obviously set up for a wedding. As we were exiting the church, dark clouds moved in along with the ominous sound of thunder. Rain and lightning soon followed. We decided to wait out the rain and are glad we did, as a man in an impressive uniform carrying a long sword showed up. He was with two men in dark suits and, we learned, there for his wedding! He was very friendly and in no hurry to step out into ...
... so we had to go to a girl with a cash register and order, but there was no menu.... So odd. Every type of booze was the same price, so beers and top shelf drinks it was. The dance floor was a bunch or Rastafarians smoking weed right in the club… I mean da club. Yadda yadda yadda we hung out there for a few hours and had a good time. We then headed home so we could check out the Coliseum in the morning.
At 7 am I woke up by Dooze screaming (he ...
... with chapels that are bigger the normal churches. Every time you walk a bit further something else was revealed. I know the photos are not going to do any of what we have seen justice.
Tour finished we find somewhere to have lunch before heading back to our hotel to give my back a little rest, a couple of hours later we decided to go find a couple of shops we had seen (without any success) and found some little allyway restaurant for dinner that had run out of every thing we picked. ...
... cemetery was free, but of course you have to buy a map for 2.50 E! It took us a little bit to find it, but there was a crowd there when got there. Apparently there's always a crowd.
From there we returned to the hotel to dry off some., and back out for lunch. We wanted to go back to the same spot we went for lunch on our first day, but being Sunday, it was closed. We wandered around until we ended up at a nice restaurant about two blocks ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility