Hotel Pompei Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at Amalfi just in time for Gelati we made our way back to Pompeii over the hills, dodging goat herders and Lemoncello salesmen along the way. It was an amazing day all round, leaving us once again very tuckered out.
Using the full 24 hours of my new favorite mode of transport (sorry Harold) we attempted to squeeze in Mt Vesuvius before leaving. On arrival it appeared it would cost 22 euros each for the pleasure of getting to the top, with a mandatory tourist bus ...
... back) we found somewhere
for dinner and then came across the Magnum shop, where you could design your
own magnum ice cream and toppings (located towards the main city section from
Ponte Cavour). Definitely an awesome shop, considering this was a “one time
only pop=up shop” thing that happened in Sydney for a month.
And now we have to bid arrivederci to Italy and Bonjour to Nice!
... and even very anatomically correct carvings and statues were considered good luck and could be seen all over town as well as in people’s homes. Much different from the very prim and proper themes of Elizabethan Europe or modern society for that matter.
So after taking a quick glance at a few more mosaics on the way out, we felt like we really had a good feel for the incredible art preserved thanks to the disaster in Pompeii. We then decided to ...
... dinner – which, by the way, was some of the best airplane food I have ever had, first class included. Only on a flight to France would you get veal sautéed in mushrooms and edamame salad. In the middle of the flight a little lady settled into the end seat so I did my best to keep my feet to myself. I am not sure I actually slept, but I was able to not sit the entire way. I also loved how the pilot said the word ...