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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... own quarters), markets, amphitheaters, and baths. So many of these everyday places are in remarkable condition after centuries of hiding beneath layers of ash. The baths, separated for men and women, were a lot like a modern day spa; and they housed gym areas, spaces for masseuse treatments on bronze beds, and rooms to choose steam, hot tub, or cold water immersion for après workouts. Another hot spot was the brothel area whose faded ...
... pitching back and forth, and side to side. Oh dear.... Bigger, stronger side and stern thrusters were now rocking Milena (along with the port side boat next to us) severe enough, that Inhad to hang on to my bunkrails. "OMG .... What is happening? Is the Queen Mary here?" I find myself saying out loud, to myself. I continue to hang on, until Milena stops pitching back and forth. When I make my way topside, next to us is: m/y MARHABA, a Roman 32-meter, very ...
... just people driving all over the place. We got into the station, walked forever to the circumvesuviana, and found the track we needed. The train came and was super full, so we crammed in to stand for the 40 min ride. And it was hot, no AC on the train. So you can imagine how the boys were. I told mark if we had taken a cab we would have missed this experience- told kurt to think of it as an adventure! We arrived at Pompeii scavi and walked in to the ticket booth. We had our ...
... we went to Naples and stumbled upon a gem of a traditional Italian restaurant in a side street. We asked for the set menu and the friendly cook come waitress set to work bringing us simple, yet delicious plates of food. We visited the Archaeological Museum which was interested as it had many sculptures, paintings and mosaics from Herculaneum and Pompeii.
Next week we're learning about intake sampling and helping out with some R & D ...
... so the equivalent of two 'country' platforms and then waited about five mins before ours arrived and we could get on, about 10 mins before it left. At least there were no stairs, but we did notice the warmer temperature. This time it was the fast intercity train.
We had our complimentary drink & snack & kind of relaxed for the next hour and a bit, mentally preparing ourselves for Naples station, which everyone had been warning us about ...