Hotel Club Sabbiadoro
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
- Kids pool
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Battipaglia
... as I had hoped that this boat would not be for us and Grant said he was thinking the exact same thing! The next came and it was a small yacht. WOW! This passed all my expectations! This was living the dream... but then an older couple came marching down the dock with great confidence and we realized this boat was not for us either. This guessing game went on for several more boats until we finally saw "Amalfi Sails" on the side of a boat that ...
... were simply 'frozen in time' and basically suffocated. The depth of the ash was 4-6 metres and the roofs collapsed, the whole city was then for 1800 years a time-capsual preserved by the ash/mud until archeologicalists discovered it in the early 1800's - they are still digging tip this day! Even Liz was impressed - now that's saying something!!
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So picture a mountainous island with yachts and beautiful blue water Now, think of Rodeo Drive in LA, ok now close your eyes and put those expensive stores from LA on the island, on very, very narrow stone streets. Now see very stunning women wearing beautiful Italian shoes and dresses and gorgeous Italian men carrying lots of designer bags for those women and then just off to the side see me, the tourist in shorts, and comfortable shoes . That is ...
... the tiny opening to a darkened cave with the most iridescent blue water!! One of natures miracles, and a definite tick off the bucket list. And apparently good luck too.......?! Back on board we sailed around to calmer waters before we docked and were able to jump off into the cool clear water for a very refreshing swim! Truly spectacular. A bit further around the island we saw the green grotto, ...
Usual continental breakfast at the hostel. Packed and checked out. Tramed and took a busy urban train (a Circumvesuviana) to Pompeii. Watched the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius most of the way. Short walk from the station took us to the official main entrance. Bought an audioguide. We individually and jointly crisscrossed the site until the last minute. Saw the frescos that ...