Hotel Happy Days
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Last full day in Rome and I'm up early for a coach tour to Vesuvius and pompei. Tomorrow I can lie in as my train to Florence is early afternoon. A guided tour does at least take the faff out of travel and our guide tells us Sunday is a great day to travel in Italy as everyone gets up late and no trucks are allowed on the road except urgent goods like medicines.
The trip was nice through the Italian countryside down to Naples, what's Naples known for ...
... of that locals still drove like they had a death wish. Found a nice spot for lunch at a viewpoint looking down on Positano, which is built on steep terrain which slopes to the sea.
A few of the small towns we didn't dare try and get the van down, looking like only a smart car could squeeze down.
In the evening parked up for the night at Cava de Tirreni, slightly away from the coast to get some well deserved ...
... There are no rules of the road/water - we've seen an old lady in a nightie on a powder blue Vespa and a lady with three kids on the back of a scooter while eating dinner tonight. People appear to go at whatever speed they fancy and weave all over. Beeping is reserved for saying 'Ciao' whether your driving a boat or scooter. People ride scooters through the narrow alleys in crowds of people. Everyone else gets out if the way. Love the relaxed organised chaos of it all ...
... at 5-minute intervals. As the tickets were being fed in to the reader they were automatically read and date stamped then the gate would open to let you through. One by one a LED display above the gate indicated the number of passengers remaining before the funicular carriage is full. Within 25 minutes we were within touching distance of the electronic gate. To the untrained eye, this may still look like Roisin and I were caught in the middle of a crowd surge. I drew ...
... theft. About 20 stops later we got off at Pompeii Scavi, got tickets at the gate and off we went into old Pompeii ruins. This place is absolutely mind blowing and not what we expected at all, it is hard to comprehend that on August 24, 79AD, that this entire city was buried in up to 6 metres of volcanic ash, it apparently happened very quickly with most people suffocated at whatever they were doing at the time, and then buried. All life was extinguished. It is amazing and ...