Luna Rossa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... children and even a dog! I would like to return and visit the museum of Pompeii. After the tour we had some free time for souvenir shopping. Toby and I searched for an appropriate postcard to send Jye (one that didn't include pictures of deceased people or erotica drawings). We then boarded the ship, had another wonderful dinner with our new South African friends and then went to bed. Toby is mentally writing his complaint letter to MSC about the mattress.
Next stop Messina Sicily. ...
Today was an exciting day for me. I studied Pompeii for HSC ancient history and being able to actually go there and see the ruins of the 6 century BC town was awesome! We had an early start to the day - we woke up at 6:30 to leave Rome by train at 7:30. We travelled in ridiculously comfortable business class seats served with orange juice and biscuits. We arrived into Naples which is like the central location of the Campanian region. Naples is quite ...
... it, hotels are bringing in an income and decisions to restore or renovate are made by one or a small number of people. Imagine living in an apartment block with 50 others, most of whom have little money and then try and get agreement to re-plaster or repaint........it is no wonder these buildings are in poor shape and even if they are government owned.....well, they have no money either, having been in a recession for six years now!
We passed ...
... something to which we can relate directly. On this floor you will also find the 'Secret Cabinet'. This alludes to part of the collection that was hidden away from the public for a long time because of the sexual nature of the pieces. Of course, in more prudish times these pieces offended the sensibilities of the nobility and were locked away, but today they are back on view and provide a saucy insight into the Roman culture. After the Museum we headed down Via ...
... effort not to be laughed at so much, I have been using this term. There's a nice dude from Argentina in my room also. He seems a bit older than us, but he's nice :) So yeah, I just woke up from my nap of easily about 4 or 5 hours and wrote by blog. Now I'm contemplating going to get more pizza and gelato and then going back to sleep. My flight to Frankfurt tomorrow is at 8.40am, so I have to be there two hours beforehand at like, 6.30am. So in catching ...