Grand Hotel Hermitage
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi
... s.) to have dinner. After dinner we went back to the apartment to get some sleep.
Today the 12th of September we went to Sorrento for a drive we went on a tour of the town on a train that looked similar to a car because it drove on the road. After that we went to a pizzeria/restaurant for lunch. Once we had lunch we went back to the apartment and waited for some of my Mum's cousin's to arrive. Once they all arrived we had a chat in the dinning area and had ...
... can be seen for miles. As we approached Pompeii my mind wandered back to those history lessons and imagining Mt Vesuvius exploding over Pompeii in 79AD. It was quite surreal. Patricia dropped me at the entrance and we agreed to meet back there in 2 hours. Lucky for me entry was free for the week so I picked up an audio guide for 5 euro and away I went. I enjoyed going back in time and wandering through the ruins in the sunshine. A morning well spent. ...
... this point we were treated to the most amazing site I think I have seen in a long time, over 100 fireflies suddenly came out to play and the area around us was lit up like Christmas tree fairy lights for well over an hour as the little bugs dived and swooped around, seemingly without a care in the world. We lay transfixed until we realised it was getting late and we had an early start the next day. ...
I call this blog Napoli Cannoli because of the amazing Cannoli I had in Naples and the Italian boy serving it that wanted to take me on a date. Don't worry dad, I politely declined, I could never live in Naples.
We left for Naples in the morning on Thursday to stop at our hostel and then spend the afternoon in Pompei. The hostel we stayed at (which was so awesome!) was quite a walk from the train station, so we got to see a whole lot ...
... a Pompeii dog” – that’s if you like flees and half chewed ears.
So apart from the dogs, we roamed around the ruines a bit, and very quickly got Romaned out again. It all just looks the same after a while. The one interesting part was the amphitheatre area. We did a very tricky self timed photo shot where Cath was sitting up the top of the seating, and I had the camera down the bottom with 12 second to race up the stairs to make ...