Executive - Sea Hotels Group
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- Room service
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- Pets allowed
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... from Pompeii as well as old statues! on our way to the museum we stopped to get a bite to eat. we ended up finding the most delicious chocolate crosaunt that we have ever had! it was sooooo good! it was a mixed crosaunt half chocolate and half regular, with melted chocolate inside, as well as some on top with nuts and powdered sugar!!! The museum was a lot of fun, but it seemed to go on forever! as well as there was a piglet statue rom 1000 ad, but of course ...
... the rain was just sprinkling, so with the promise of coffee and a new umbrella, headed out and onto the metro. Bought an all day travel card which rarely worked, and usually needed an attendant to open the barriers. The concept was great, and did provide cheap transport round the city.
Coffee was at Galleria Umberto 1. Think QVB, and multiply the grandeur and expanse tenfold. The glass dome in the ...
... walls. We also went into the sauna and bath complex, which is one of the building complexes which still has the original roof. It has many of the original features intact such as the murals and mosaic floors as well as the double walls for heating and the water channels which supplied the baths.
The area was also supplied with water from the hills nearby and the original fountains and lead pipes are still visible. The roads are rutted ...
... we went on a four hour tour to Herculaneum- a town with ruins that are not as large as Pompeii, but, from what I have been told are better preserved.
The kids decided to stay in the 'actually getting to be fun' Kids Club, whilst Daryl and I went on the four hour tour to the ancient city.
First stop on the tour was a visit to a place that carves by hand, Cameos (meaning carvings in Italian).
I was prepared to see a ...
... funny, perhaps from the sun today, and so we decide to just order a pizza and a calzone with water at the owners restaurant. They bring complimentary prosecco and while Carol is sipping it, Alan and Kay walk up to the restaurant. They were going to eat here so we ask them to join us. We get along great and before we know it, have been sitting for over two and a half hours. We firm up plans for Friday night dinner and they have to rush out as they are staying at a place above ...