Hotel Punta Imperatore
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from the ash etc. He was also saying that the area south of the ruins is now a no build zone, as it is not a matter of if, but when, another eruption will occur. Scary given the number of people that live within a small radius of Mt Vesuvius.
From Pompeii we headed to Naples and parked at the train station on the good advise of Lucio. It worked out perfectly as it was easy to get to, and also easy for the ...
What a wonderful day today has been, we took a wonderful Minicriuse on a ship called the San Valentino. departure was T 10.05, as usual we were early, but need to be if you want good seats, so we found seats up on the top deck right up at the front, and started to cruise towards Capri but we didn't go there we went to a swimming hole just near the Faraglioni Rocks, which I've saw yesterday on our ride to Capri. we stopped here for 35min and a lot if us jumped off and ...
... we sat and watched them do several takes over and over, kind of fun to watch.
After this a couple of us went out, I had cioccolata calda (hot chocolate), just like a melted candy bar... Very good, wish you could get this in the states!
Class again in the morning, I really do enjoy it and usually could do another hour or so. Though if I was in a more advanced class I don't think I would feel that way as I think ...
... Malmaison was purchased by Maria Christina, widow of King Ferdinand VII of Spain; she lived there with her second husband Agustín Fernando Muñoz, 1st Duke of Riánsares. In 1861 Maria Christina sold the property to Napoleon III. Malmaison has been all restored by the French famous architect Pierre Humbert in the early 20th century. Present times The public can visit the manor house as a Napoleonic musée national. The museum lies on RN 13 (route nationale 13) from Paris and bus 258 from RER A "Grande Arche" ...
We arrived at Capri to gorgeous views and then the gaggle of vendors wanting you to take their boat ride, catch a taxi, eat some food..... We ran away and started walking up the hill to the centre of town. Almost everyone else gets a bus, taxi or the cable car so it was peaceful, apart from the scooters, little trucks, buses and taxis coming out of nowhere around the little streets. It is all uphill, but a nice walk. We stopped halfway up at ...