Hotel Palazzo Decumani
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Babysitting service
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... some chocolate and had a good old-fashioned girls night in our apartment-style accommodation. I was sad to say goodbye. The next day Tracie left with Sasha and I moved to another B&B for the night. Unfortunately, unlike the previous two accommodations, this one was located directly above a club. I had to listen to the sound of bass until 4 in the morning. Which brings me to another point, that I'm amazed at the combination of sturdy buildings ...
... 5 times. It was most recently re-built in the 1960s when the United States government formally apologized for bombing it so heavily and gave them quite a lot of money to re-build.
Once get got back to Rome it was about 8pm and so we decided to head back to the general area where our hotel was located and find a restaurant along the way. We literally stumbled upon a restaurant that we decided to give a chance based on the fact that ...
... on the contrary, it is pretty tidy of rubbish unlike driving into Pompeii which was like driving through a rubbish dump. What's more the folk are real friendly and the old women on the balconies near their high level washing very happy to have their photo taken - unfortunately narrow streets combined with high buildings makes for dark photos so difficult to get good shots of these wonderful Italian ladies!
We walked up the hill but as ...
... to Pompeii first, around 10:45 this morning. We spent three hours walking around the ruins of the city, with several surprises along the way. First off, Pompeii was a lot older than I thought. I knew Vesuvius erupted in the first century AD, but I had no idea that some of the buildings were from the sixth century BC. It's crazy to me that I could walk into a portion of a home from more than 2,500 years ago and still see tile ...
We had a long day of travel ahead of us first by bus to Napoli, then by plane to Milano, then two trains to Paderno Franciacorta to Caitlin's host family Marco and Nadia where my bag had now been delivered. We were up early, first to breakfast at Mami Camilla and a thankful goodbye to the breakfast cook who made us eggs and gluten-free bread every morning on request! We towed our bags down to the main St Agnello square, arriving very early due to ...