Grand Hotel Irpinia
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- Minbar in room
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- Airport Transportation
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... The morning has started out cloudy ...but I'm sure will change ..grabbed a few rays on the verandah and a yummy salad at our restaurant and into he evening I met up with Antonio down town ...drinks in a bar watching the most amazing moon over the med sea ...well that's another story !! Won't be seeing him again Anyway all good back home by 11 ...early night !! ...
... around a lot. I meant to turn on my mapmyrun app to track our distance, but I forgot. The story of using that app on this trip. I think I've remembered to turn it on twice. Anyways... We got to see lots of neat things. One of the first things we saw were the baths. They were really interesting. Most of the residents in Pompeii didn't have running water, although it was available to the rich, so public baths were required for the common folk. They were charged ...
Woke this morning to grey skies and clouds , not what I was expecting after my last visit where there was nothing but blue skies! After breakfast we decided on a walk up the hill and I mean steep, steep ongoing hill! About half wY up the skies opened and there was thunder, lightening and torrential rain. Mark an I took shelter in a little opening in the side of the ...
... doors. We got off boat and straight onto our bus for 5hours to Pompeii. Stopped at auto-grille on the way, which is like a little gas station/cafe right off the highway. They ran out of food before we all even finished ordering so some people just had to get chips and other snacks. Back on the bus. Reached Pompeii and got off to have our 90 minute walking tour. It was raining so we all bought ...
... with a 27% chance of a massive eruption within the next 100 years! This baby, at just 1300 metres high is continually active! With over 600,000 people living in what they call the "Red Zone" (15km radius), it is the most closely monitored volcano in the world. I found this particularly reassuring with the campsite being at the entrance to the ruins!!
There are several dozen sensors on the mountain recording seismic activity ...