Hotel City Caserta
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Today we decided to give Basil and our stomachs a rest from the twisty roads and take a local bus and local train into Pompei (or Pompeii if we spell it the Roman way!)
Our host Gabriella who has been super generous with everything so far, heard we were going to Pompei today, so not only gave us free bus tickets but also said she would ring ahead to the bookshop where she works (however today was her day ...
... line in the hope that we could book new tickets for that day. Amazingly we managed to get another train at 10.10am, and one back at 5pm.
We arrived in Naples and caught another line directly to the ruins at Pompeii. We arrived at the ticket office expecting to pay 11 euros each, but the lady said 'It’s free today.’ So we waltzed on in!
Our first experience was the stray dogs. Apparently a lot live there, and we saw some later in the ...
... 8211;Sun 10am–1pm and 5pm–8pm, extended hours in summer. The church of San Simplicio In the back streets of Olbia, the austere basilica of San Simplicio is a good example of the Pisan-style churches that went up all over the island during the 11th and 12th centuries, and well worth a look. Via San Simplicio. Open 7.30am–1pm and 3.30pm–6pm, or 4pm–8pm in summer. The nuraghic monuments of Arzachena Some 20 miles north of Olbia, a fascinating cluster ...
This is going to be a brief one. I spent 6 ours today walking around Pompei and I'm whooped. There is a lot to see there and I recommend hiring a guide because there is a lot to learn about the culture and history of Roman cities that stems from what was discovered in those ruins.
Seeing the plaster-casted remains of the people buried under the volcanic ash was awe-inspiring. You can really tell what most of ...
... once we got out of Pompeii town we started seeing gorgeous villas and beautiful houses and restaurants at the base of Vesuvius. It sure seems like there would be lots to lose if it erupts again! Any way, a ways up the volcano we were asked to switch buses and we exchanged tkts on their request and boarded the 4x4 shuttle. This machine took us up an ancient dirt road, back and forth up the hill, and thru the Vesuvius National Park. ...