Hotel Palazzo Decumani
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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... I was sad to once again not receive a new stamp in my passport. Of course I then arrived at the baggage carousel only to remember that of course it doesn't matter how much I do or do not rush, I still have to wait for my luggage to arrive, an occurrence to which I'll admit some nervousness to given that it needed to be handled by 2 African countries which have given me reason to doubt their ability in the past. But no need to worry, my aqua and yellow weighty home soon ...
... etc errupted into the air, however that was not what killed all of the people, but rather the sulpher gasses etc. The ash and other rocks etc then settled, coating and covering everything. It cooled and set into a firm mould around everything, including animals and people. As a result, the pose / position of these people and animals etc can be seen today (as we observed). The bodies decomposed over many years, effectively leaving a mould. When the city ...
... Kinda nice but again, really dirty and full of people trying to sell the same old ****: keychains, scarves, toys that squeak, and lazer lights. Someone threw a hard piece of chewed gum at me from a car. :( Nice birthday gift. Decided maybe I should change direction.
Stopped at a grocery store and picked up goodies for dinner. Went back to my room and relaxed. I treated myself to my own room (with a king sized ...
... Three very long tunnels carried the roadway through a small limestone mountain range and soon we stopped for a “Kodiak moment” overlooking the beautiful cliff town of the first of three small villages that would lead us to our eventual destination of Sorrento.
HAL tours always offer their guests and opportunity to “Visit” some sort of local industry and today was no exception as the bus deposited us near the ...
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I ascended the steps from the underground to aboveground. When I arrived to the top, I was standing on a sidewalk with a single lamp post glowing a soft orange above me. There was a roundabout in front of me and a bunch of shops surrounding me. I had no idea where I was. I ...