- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... along the lines of "holy **** check that out!! OH MY GOD can you believe were in Rome!!!!" This bus ride terminated at the main train station Termini where we were due to shortly-ish board a train for our final destination of the day Naples (or Napoli as it's actually called by the Italians). We were exceptionally dismayed to discover that our train had been delayed by 70 minutes making what had already been a very long tiring day of sitting on means of transport ...
... that was preparing to host a wedding party. They spoke American English so I guess it was a destination wedding. We all enjoyed this quaint, tiny town. We rushed back to the ship to arrive before it left the dock. Glad to be back "home." We did our usual routine, dinner & show before I headed back to my bunk bed to read & write. I love not having to sleep all by myself so I sleep very well on vacations. Most people don't like to share rooms but I'm just ...
... catch our tour into the ruins which was already an hour late :-) Pompeii was magnificent . Just walking through the ruins was a awe inspiring experience. After our tour we got back in the shuttle and home we went . Jeff and I were lucky that we were the last to be dropped off, so we got a tour of rome at night with all it's beauty and wonder! Rome is beautiful at night with all the monuments lit up. Off to bed as we again arrived late to our hotel :-) Buona ...
... There is a restaurant, a buffet/cafeteria, a bar, a game room, and a cinema. Of course, since we arrive about 6:30 am, all we really care about is getting to sleep decently early! Overall we have had a good first week(ish). The city of Naples has definitely been the low point, though we enjoyed the things we did here. We know that Sicily will give us a truly different experience, and are very much looking forward to the next 2 days, even if we don't know exactly what to expect ...
... imminent death. Mouths open and hands clawing for escape, they can be viewed at the local museum. Scattered around Pompeii, there are a few plaster of Paris versions to really put things into perspective.
We spent our whole day walking around and returned to the hostel with aching feet and ready for another 5 star meal. Happy, rested and full we decided that we could just stay for a month. Alas, we're off to Rome tomorrow!