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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... roller coasters! I love roller coasters because it's nice to just let go of everything & not be in control. Omg I sound like Christian Grey X) 2.10PM After like 2 hours of walking, we finally found our airbnb accommodation Cuz someone sent us the wrong way. It's pretty scary & dodgy here, feels worse than Malaysia actually? A lot of low-cost apartments & people look at you weirdly. Didn't help that they didn't speak ...
... social classes sat accordingly (slaves did not enter), first section was where the wealthy men sat, the next section for merchants (men only) and the upper ring was dedicated for women and children (but the entered from the top entrances vs the main entrance used by the men. Executions and gladiator fights would occur here too - when a participant was wounded, their fate was up to the cheering crowd on if they should be swiftly killed with no suffering (sword ...
Not a very pretty title but just saying it like it is. We had to get to Napoli Italy (Naples) for our flight back to the US on Monday May 5. As I stated in my last blog, we arrived via a ferry from Palermo Sicily on Saturday morning at 6:30AM. Remember this was the ferry where we almost missed the boat! But we made it. A 10 hour trip where we were able to get some sleep in a decent and clean cabin on the ferry and arrived to sunshine after a rain storm while we were at ...
Today was Naples and several months ago I pre-booked a private tour to Pompeii, Positano and Sorrento for ourselves and 6 others. We headed out at 8 am and arrived at Pompeii before the crowds. It was an amazing place, and to think that several hundred years ago it was completely buried and only discovered when a farmer was trying to dig a well way back in the 1700's. From there we headed to the Amalfi Coast and a small town called Positano. This place was ...
... Julius Ceasar and Augustus and not so real like Nike and Apollo) and artefacts from the various excavations around the area (eg Pompeii).
We then hit the metro again to another stops that meets with a funicular (cable car) which took us down to a posher bit of town. It had the magnificent Umberto Galleria (ie very old shopping mall) - Westfield could certainly learn a thing or two from it ...