Hotel De la Ville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... town, killing 2,000 people. This hot ash, upon contact with the person, incinerated the person. The poisonous fumes of the ash would have also made it difficult to breathe.
Because many who died were covered by the ash and rock, their bodies eventually decomposed, leaving hollow spaces where they had died. When archeologists were excavating, they detected hollow spaces and filled them with plaster. What they discovered were detailed molds of the people who ...
... navy fleet docked in Taranto. The two British double agents Popov & Jepson involved also helped the Japanese cause & on the other hand saved many allied lives. After lunch, we are now sailing thru the Messina straights. More sunbathing and reading this afternoon and we did some preliminary packing, all good. Dressing now for the 4th and last of the formal nights which we enjoy, but unfortunately there are a few people on board all men who have no upbringing & ...
... have the upmost respect for is Ashleigh’s Uncle Kevin. He is nearly 80 years old and was suffering from a cold yet he handled the steep incline like Mo Farrah out for an early morning jog!! I was the only person in the group who was wearing a t-shirt. The rest of the tour had come prepared with jackets, cagoules, and ski poles. This was obviously the optimist in me!! Despite the noticeable drop in temperature it didn’t feel that chilly due to my mind being on ...
... it was time to go. We did actually go to Naples, but were there for about 5 minutes--between getting of the ferry and onto the bus. So I can't say I've had pizza there. Disappointing :/ Oh well. Another time! Coming "home" to Rome after our "vacation" is quite a fun feeling. :)
Now I'm back in the swing of classes and homework for the week. Today we walked ALL over Rome for Art History, and then went to a Basilica called San Clemente for Theology. The 13th century church was ...
... have an opportunity to try this, if I can perfect the process! One of the things that has struck us about Italy so far is the amount of smokers, and the places where smoking is permitted! Thankfully enclosed eating spaces are smoke free, so I am sitting in a cafe waiting for our return train. Another thing is the number of homeless people and beggars. A few ask directly for donations, but predominantly they sit with signs and cups awaiting assistance. And finally, do not let ...