- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... time on our hands and the messages from home started coming in with things that needed our attention and they needed it NOW. I understand that when you run your own business and you have a lot of things on the go that you can't expect to leave it all behind... but sometimes I just wish we could. Having said that... since Friday afternoon... Grant has not even tried to find out what was going on at the office so I think this might be a world ...
... one escalator for one portion…woohoo!
We grabbed a panino and found our platform. Our train was just arriving. Perfect timing. This would be our last Italian train and reserved seats made it comfortable.
It took an hour and a half to reach Rome’s Termini station. And this would be the point where our day would become confusing. First off, we couldn’t find the TI in the station to get a map. We did find the machines for Metro ...
... which takes us to the airport train station and have another ½ hour wait for our train to Florence, After a hop, skip and jump (4 min) we are at the Pisa train station where we take on more passengers, then on to Florence, about 35 minutes. Once there, we will change trains and take the high speed train to Naples, a 2 ½ hours ride. Our regional train stops part way and we keep checking our watches as we count down the 20 minutes we have to connect. ...
... Only one day left and I'm just starting to get the hang of the Italian way. Bhups Toay we caught the circumvesuviana train to Pompeii (Pompei). The train took about 30mins . We got off at Pompei scavi and walked the 50 metres to the entrance. The ruins are amazing, very different to Herculaneum so we are glad we visited both. The forum area was massive and quite incredible with so many columns. The most disappointing thing was that quite a few ...
... and pizza to fill me up. I guess there's worse happening in the world! Next day we got up early to go to Mt Vesuvius in a tram car. It's a cool an strange feeling being on the edge of a volcano. We made our way up the mountain, avoiding the throngs of German pensioners. It was nice up the top and there was a real nice earthy smell. On the way down we did a wine tasting in a nice little farm at Herculaneum. Now, we go to ...