- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... quite a number of the main attractions, including the plaster casts of the bodies.... We exited the site at a different gate to the one we entered, so had to consult the iPad maps to see where we were. We want to go to Herculaneum and that means continuing on the train line back towards Napoli. We are nearer the other station so head in that direction. It was astonishing the crowds of people we had to fight through. It was by far the biggest crowds we have ...
... enjoying a meal and watching Italy's version of Deal or No Deal every night at the hotel (it involves singing, dancing and comical sunglasses- Flavio (the host) could definitely teach Noel Edmonds a thing or two!
After 6 weeks ,10 pizzas and a daily serving of pasta, it is now time to bid farewell to Italy. My next stop is Hong Kong, it will be a big change from Angri's quiet, cobbled streets, but I'm excited for my next adventure amongst the bright lights of the city.
... slumber. A walk into Positano along the road is a matter of again dodging the oncoming traffic whist trying to make progress. We are about 10-15 mins walk from the town itself winding around the cliffs so every few meters there is a new view of vertiginous cliffs and crashing waves. Not only is there natural beauty to be seen but we were delighted to see a lady stripped down to the barest of bikinis having ...
... name of Emperor Nero's second wife), a UNESCO protected site, is a grand residence dating to the middle of the first century BC. Villa Poppea was overwhelmed by the same pyroclastic surge that killed the residents of Herculaneum, but unlike there the Oplontis site did not contain any human remains - the residents are assumed to have fled, but it is also thought that the villa was not in use at the time of the eruption and was undergoing repairs from a previous earthquake. Many ...