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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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WELL, it took a little longer to get here than expected. But nevertheless it has been one hell of a journey and have learnt a fair bit on the way.
Stopped off in Japan for 6 hours on the way to Europe, decided to run out of the airport for a little bit to experience as much as we could. Best thing that we could have done, found a little …
... rush for the door. The bus fills and we are left without seats. Miraculously I find one seat in the very back of the bus. Miryam and Alexandra sit on floor. Suzanne, Cesar and Alberto have to stand for the two hour ride back to Sorrento. Incredibly the bus stops in Positano, and even more people squeeze aboard. It’s not the most comfortable way to end a day, but I would imagine that it is probably even worse during the high season, July and August. ...
... do. Oh well...
I decide I don't want to go out for dinner tonight but just order room service. The boys agree and David rings down to reception. Sorry no room service for food, only drinks. Strange but true. They obviously have a kitchen as they serve breakfast and if they don't want to cook there are a hundred restaurants within 50 metres who I'm sure would love the business. But it's a straight "no food" and we could not be more annoyed. ...
... volcano erupted.
There was working farms, bakeries and all the other things that a normal city has.
It also had a coliseum and an amphitheatre and that is cool.
And there was some parts in the city that they showed the body's of people who turned to stone it was really sad.
But overall I loved the city of Pompeii I just like ruined city's/towns so I really enjoyed it.
... liberation of Rome.
Today it is a lively port town, that is rapidly re-acquiring a relaxing and open Mediterranean atmosphere. The port area itself is not particularly attractive, but once you get onto the promenade things get better. Worth a visit also is the Historical Old Town, which has in recent years recovered from being a virtual no-go area to being one of the best preserved historical town centers, full of tiny little passageways and hidden corners.