- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Very close to Pompeii Ruins, Big balcony, Great views to Isle of Capri, nice service. SECURE PARKING! Very quiet. All the amenities.
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... the other way, is Baia Terme where the son of a friend works. Our Italian family also own one with geo thermal water, and in the winter we are blessed to warn up and take a dip with them frequently. Thermal spas are dotted all over the region, and include not only the elegant and inviting spa centres, but there are also lots of natural thermal baths, many which have been used since Roman times, and are known for their healing properties. Therefore a ...
We stopped at photo opportunities, but our first major stop was in the town of Positano. What a beautiful place. It was a dream to wander through the streets, soaking up the atmosphere, smelling the flowers, watching the people.. Shopping was lovely, with quaint little shops full of interesting and lovely things. Little dogs ran all through the cobbled paths and I had to smile, as it ...
... After visiting the Neopolitan Archaelogical Museum, we traveled to the city of Sorrento. Sorrento is a small city built atop one of the many mountains in the Campania region and provides a great view of the Bay of Naples, Mount Vesuvius, the Isle of Capri, and the city itself. Sorrento is famous for the production of limoncello, a drink made from lemon rinds, alcohol, water and sugar. We made sure to try it at the hotel's pool bar- it was pretty bitter.
Day 060: 5 hours, 12.3 kms, Day: 38.5 kms
Taking a video clip of myself at the edge of the crater of Vesuvius is out of the question—I'm barely able to hold on to the camera! I do tarry for a little bit leaning against the wall of a little shelter along the rim, but I know I need to start heading back down… and that’s not going to be easy.
First comes the path down the outside of the mountain with a ...
... it was incredible! I really enjoyed the House of the Faun, because it was in this house that a breathtaking floor mosaic of Alexander the Great was found (now in the Naples museum), as well as the Villa of Mysteries for its wall paintings. I was slightly disappointed that the House of the Vettii was roped off, however. Andrew really enjoyed the amphitheater (the oldest one known to us anywhere, dating back to 70BC), the theater, and the ...