Hotel Principe Napolit'amo
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... with left over boxes in hand we all still managed to get a gelato down before crashing in an exhausted but content sleep. The next day was our final day in Naples and we used it to visit the archaeology museum that mostly houses all the stuff they found in Pompeii and decided not to leave at the site (though often at the site they have reproductions. There was a scaled model of the whole site which was pretty cool an enabled us to see just how far we'd wandered the previous ...
... button just to be let in the building instead of standing on the street. We dragged our stuff up four flights of stairs and started knocking on the door of the B&B while still calling the numbers we had been given but there was still no answer. So far The start to our Italy trip was not a good one. The neighbours of the B&B arrived home and gave us a number to call but they didn't speak much English. They knocked and still no answer. So we made the decision to see if the ...
We had booked a stop in Pompeii and Massimo took us to meet Lello for our private Pompeii tour.
The private tour with Lello (toursofpompeii.com) was fabulous. For 2 hours he walked us through the histrory of Pompeii. We learned about the stepping stones that were used to cross the streets as raw sewage flowed down them from the lead plumbing used in the houses. The streets were all basalt rock with deep chariott wheel ruts that were used ...
Today had us exporing the ship in the morning and a quick session in the gym before arriving in the port of Naples at around lunchtime. We had booked a excursion to the ancient city of Pompei.
The ancient city of Pompei must be seen in person to really appreciate not only how the ancient romans lived but also the amount of work it has taken for the archeologists to uncover the ruins from under what is beleived to have ...
... is more than one port. We arrive at Mola Beverello which is a five minute walk from our hostel.We used Google street view to see the street where our hostel is located. We'd booked the Hostel of the Sun but they switch us next door to another hostel. They did try to call us. Both hostels are friendly and helpful, well situated, have wi-fi and have a kitchen. I cook pasta with pesto sauce for dinner. BellaCapri.it.
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