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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... typical Roman life. Most of the streets would have been lined with shops and jammed with customers from sunup to sundown. Chariots competed with shoppers for street space. In the city, there were at least 40 bakeries, 30 Brothels, 130 bars, restaurants, and hotels, as well as public bath houses. With most of its buildings covered by brilliant white ground-marble stucco.
Before Vesuvius blew and filled in the harbor, the sea came nearly to the city. ...
... and wiping out some civilisation and taking all their valuable goods. I can see how all this conflict has probably accelerated our technology and knowledge but it has also meant much knowledge, cities and buildings have been lost forever. I am keen to learn more about the history of this region as there is much to learn from which can improve our decision making and intelligence In the future. Am I a tourist or a traveller? I'd like to consider myself a traveller but ...
... shots with my camera! On the way around to Capri we went passed the infamous Blue Grotto. It's apparently run by the mafia so they charge you a **** load and you get about 3 minutes in there. We didn't bother, all the water looks the same. We docked up in Capri (town) at 1pm and had the afternoon to explore the place before getting back on the boat at 5pm. It was stinking hot but for some reason we decided to walk up to Anacapri which is essentially part of the same settlement ...
... leads to the beach of the Baths of "Chiaia", and later the Gardens of Elsa, surrounded by fantastic orchards (where he wrote Elsa Morante "Arturo's Island") , and now houses the park named after the eponymous literary writer. The street Vittorio Emanuele II continues between simple houses and sumptuous period buildings (noteworthy is the palace Beef, 1685, on the left, the oldest dated island), until you come to another church, that of San Antonio Abate (early seventeenth ...
... the commuter line.
OMG we had entered ghetto-ville. Only 2 platforms, no maps on walls or schedules, screens not working, dark, dank, rubbish laying around and lots of people. The 70 minute trip only cost 4.10 euro each which is cheap but you even wondered about that. The trains coming through we're old, had hard plastic seats and looked as though they had come from a wreckers yard. Some had graffiti all over, others missing paint and all had a grubby ...