- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free airport shuttle
- Meal plan
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... entrances cost 1 euro. This day was spent with Agnes and Paul who I met on the train en route to Pompeii. They were gracious enough to invite me to the museum and then out for pizza and gelato afterwards. Turns out they were aware of Starita, an extremely popular pizza place in Naples. We were there 10 minutes before they opened and the line up was down the street. When we finished eating and left, the line up was even longer. Similar to Da ...
... and Herculaneum were stopped in the tracks when the hot gases and ashes fell from the sky. For the archaeologists who have excavated it centuries later, Pompeii is teaching them volumes about daily Roman life. Pompeii was accidental discovered in 1599 when a farmer was digging a well. Excavation began in1748 and continues today. It is thought that about 2/3 of the site has been excavated.
Pompeii was a middle class city and gives a perfect example ...
... right amount of information to give and moved along at a good pace without rushing.
Later we wandered around ourselves. It is amazing how they have excavated under 25 metres of mud to find this city. What you see is what they found.
There is more, even the remains of a theatre, but it is beneath the present day buildings!
Our other adventure was the bus ride back to the BnB when we missed the closest stop, which still meant ...
... we had a spa day! We get to Ischia and grab a taxi to drive us to Poseidon. The cab driver drops us off and we decided to meet her at 6pm to drive us back. Poseidon was so pretty! They had several thermal pools, private beach, and a spa. Michelle and I both decided to treat ourselves to a mud body and face scrub. It was an experience, but my skin was super soft afterwards! After the mud treatment, we went into several of the thermal pools. They had pools from 15-40*C. Then ...
Elaine and I had the opportunity to travel to southern Italy for sixteen days this month. Our last stop was Naples, and we had the pleasure to spend six nights in the Hotel Excelsior, located on Via Partenope, directly across from the Castel dell'Ovo, and all of its nearby upscale dining and nightclub establishments. Upon arrival, we were immediately upgraded to a junior suite located on the second floor (called the first floor in Italy). The room ...