Hotel Pompei Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Pompei
... for this civilization of 2,000 years ago, with a city that seems better planned, designed and built that the average 21st century city! I continue on, towards the stadium, and through the cemetery, where large mosuleums were built for the noble families… then up an alley with Vesuvius in the background, looking so peaceful and innocent… On towards the larger amphitheatre and temple areas in “downtown” Pompeii. Impressive as well, but it’s ...
... were so well preserved with colour and detail. Much of the marble is still intact on floors and what look like shop counters, even after having been buried under 25 meters of volcanic ash for 1500 years.
We hit a row of huge pine trees which signalled we had arrived at the stadium and amphitheatre sites where the gladiators would have entertained thousands of romans. As we entered, there we no ...
... a magnificent place it must have been in its prime but also thinking about the horrific experiences of the people who were killed during the eruption. We finished our last day in Sorrento at our favourite cafe, both enjoyed our pasta followed by a walk down the main street which they close to traffic for a few hours each night. Came upon an outdoor church service but of course it was all in Italian. We think this is an evangelism service for the Italian ...
... an episode of Spongebob once, where Patrick the Starfish wore meat around him and tried to defeat the lionfish at the coliseum- she said she knew all about what happens at these places. I can’t believe that that was the first and last educational thing we learned all day.)*
As we continued our walk, we reached the “ghost town” of Pompeii…We continued on that path only to see the same thing over and over again. With no direction or assistance ...
... lots of leg room and huge seats and great personal service, what a way to go!
Our baggage was waiting for us in Toronto…so all is well.
Thanks to everyone who took the time to read on our blog. We enjoyed reading your comments too. We loved the fact that you were “included” in our adventure.
Arrivederci Italy….you were wonderful!
Gail & ...