Hotel Pompei Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... the restaurant to open so we can go eat. Only the tourist places are open before that! So starved though I am we are waiting for the place the staff here recommended.
Will update yesterday when I can, I wrote on it for a half an hour last night and then it crashed and nothing was saved! So since it was 11:30 I gave up.
Right now it's 7:24 and I'm off to dinner, will update later!
Fit bit so far today: 16,545 which is 7.13 miles
... This was an amazing experience. Our tour guides told us that if Mount Vesuvius were going to erupt, we would have two days notice from the volcanologists who are actively studying this volcano. Hopefully, from the pictures you can see what the inside of this volcano looks like. As we were hiking up, we also had great views of the entire city of Naples. We also saw a group of backpackers who were hiking even higher and steeper than we ...
... to the main shopping area. This was a very glamorous area with spectacular views and great shops. We watched the funicular take people up and down to the marina, and wandered around exploring with the many other touristica. We decided to come down the mountain in a cab - not your ordinary cab, these open limousines have canvas awnings on them to keep the tourists out of the sun. Quite luxurious and affordable when shared between ...
... the harbour and back on the boat. Not sure what to make of Capri as we only spent 3 hours there and the crowds were mad, so didn't do it justice at all, but it is very expensive and exclusive, and we didn't get to see 'via boffe'. The boat itself was great, a beautiful cruiser, and well worth the €99 each spent. We got back to Amalfi at about 7pm and headed out to dinner in the little square near our place, then gelato and bed. A big day all ...
... Considering she was probably a native Italian speaker, I was impressed. She also added a brief English and Italian itinerary for the rest of us. The Blue Grotto unfortunately was closed due to the high tides. We sailed by and there wasn't much room in the entrance. So here's a lesson, check the water tables. As oceatn levels are rising, you'd be advised to check this marvel out before you can only access by diving if at all.
We stopped in ...