Grand Hotel Parker's
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... In the end, that was for the best. It was about 10 am now, so the tour was until noon, then we had to catch a train to Sorrento and a bus to Amalfi.
The tour pretty much touched on the highlights. The weather wasn't too bad - it rained a little bit, but the clouds kept it from getting really hot. We saw the amphitheatre, a couple of the main roads, the baths, the 'red light district' and a few other highlights, ending at the ...
Since our first trip to Italy we have wanted to climb Mt Vesuvius. It seems so easy from the guide books and internet sites. Just drive up the volcano, buy a ticket, and a short walk and there you are. There are other things that need to be considered, such as weather. Our first abortive attempt was in March of 2013. It was a beautiful sunny morning and just 1.5 hours to Vesuvius. Today is the day as we head towards Naples. The closer we get the more it clouds up. ...
We started the day with the hotel buffet breakfast and were off. Today was going to be fun! We were going to have a Italian cooking class! We left the hotel around 10ish and went to the train station. While at the station we saw a little child about 7 years old trying to sell tissues, cigaret lighters and garbage bags. It was terrible. Once on the train, just like yesterday we heard someone playing the accordion, and this time it was the sister of the boy playing yesterday!!! ...
... you leave the last ramp you see them....There in archways at the edge of the town are the calcified skeletons of hundreds of people. Obviously hoping to be rescued in boat, they waited here ...where the sea used to meet the land, and they waited...in vain. Herculaneum is a fascinating place, and it is one of a kind as to being able to see an actual Roman town so well preserved, but I tell you this, reader, it is a humbling place too, and not one I will ...
... we decide to catch the BUS home for a snack before bed ( as we are still full of massive delicious pizza ) - and this is where the bus strike story comes into play again - another wasted 40 minutes . Infact Lorraine and Jeff, who ate dinner in town , managed to get home only 10 mins after us , and they walked home . Then we managed to get the latest episode of Broadchurch ( BBC drama ) up on the laptop for another wild night , partying it up in our campervan ...