Green Park Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... me. No, he’s not a war refugee—he actually was studying college in Dubai and before that he was a professional tennis player—he’s definitely got some interesting stories to tell. So when I tell Emaddine about my “Superhike” projects and he asks if he can join me, I’m more than happy to accept. I tell him of my plans to hike the Amalfi Coast, and he’s eager to join me for that… But first he says he wants to ...
Today we visited the lost city of Pompeii. It was really interesting because we saw the body casts of the people in the exact position they died. Mum, Dad and I saw the body cast of a pregnant woman, a dog and a person kneeling down. Not nice, but interesting.
There was also a house we saw that had a mosaic saying beware of dog and had a mosaic of a dog above it. The house had a water catcher ...
... they were throwing rocks, oblivious to this Andrew kept walking & at this point...Yes I lost it!!!) Not a great introduction to Naples. The hotel though was clean and comfortable and once we got there, dropped our bags off and rested for a little while, we were good again. We then spent the rest of the afternoon walking down to the port and back and had a really lovely lunch and gelati along the ...
... After a very tasty lunch we went to the Archelogical Museum in a former barracks which has many items from Pompei and Herculaneum. In true Italian style for no reason some bits were closed althoguh we still saw plenty.
After the museum we got the train back to Sorrento which was a long 1.5hours due to the heat and not very comfy seats.
... do not know how it was preserved so perfectly.
After this we went on an underground tour of Naples, a series of tunnels were dug originally for mining rock but then it was transformed into an aqueduct which transported all the cities water supply around and it was raised to the surface via wells. During the Second World War the tunnels were used as a shelter and at one time housed as many as 3000 people, but now the tunnels are only used as part of ...