Hotel Degli Amici
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the longer trail where they ascended. This caused great confusion and we ended up two people short back at the bus 90 minutes later. A woman was waiting for her husband to come back to her (where she sat in the middle of the out and back, but he followed the loop. We waited about an hour but eventually the bus left without the couple and Peter who went back out to retrieve the woman. We went to ...
The long awaited trip to Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius. Joined a tour group which began in Rome at Piazza del Popolo. We were herded onto a large tour bus and headed south for the day viewing gorgeous mountains (Apennines range), sea and agricultural areas. I've wanted to visit Pompeii since reading about it in elementary school. How could an entire town be buried in volcanic ash and rubble? I wanted to see the boy, still eating his cake, and with ...
... surprisingly he said these were speed bumps for the horse and carts and you can see the grooves on the road that were worn away from the carts over time. We continued down one of the main roads which line East to West to give the streets the most sun, we were heading to one of the most well preserved buildings in the site which given its size and structure also happened to belong to a particularly wealthy family. We were shown well ...
This morning we left at 7am (again!) to make our way down to Pompei. The views from the coach mainly consist of very green trees/plants and mountains. It's decided to rain a little, which is the first rain we've had on this trip (including London!). The mountains look magical, like they're amongst the clouds. We got to Pompei in time for some more coffee before our tour. It's funny, I still haven't ...
... where they trained and exercised, their barracks stood two stories high. Next the Large Theatre, seating more than 5,000 spectators on the original marble numbered seats.
Shops of all kinds lined the busy streets of Pompeii and today the remains reveal what wares were once sold, from grains and preserves to the wood fire oven at the bakery. Time and again we were reminded of how advanced the ancient Romans were. There were shops where once ...