Hotel San Mauro
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... quite big Earthquake AD62, Pompeii first started as a settlement in BC600
75% of Pompeii is evacuated - started in 1740s and stopped about 40 years ago
Still has wee earthquakes every second day so a lot of monitoring of crater temp etc just like they do for Ruapehu
The arena used to seat 5000, still used today - has the seat numbers marked on them
Graffiti a big ...
... structure called Monte Somma. This volcano originally towered 3000m above sea level with a crater circumference of 11,000m. The Gran Cono was formed during the Pompeii eruption of AD 79 due to Monte Somma exploding in a similar fashion to the fate of Mt. St. Helens in Washington State. The Gran Cono now measures in at 1,600m circumference. For this reason, it is quite accurate to say that Vesuvius wasn’t responsible for the catastrophe that destroyed the cities ...
... went out and had lots of fun!!! Not gonna lie, it's pretty fun to go to the bar and order drinks.
On Friday I went shopping with my friend Kayla and bought a skirt from an adorable store called "From Rome with Love". That night we went out to dinner and I got a delicious lasagna at an adorable restaurant in my neighborhood. Perfection.
The real reason I wanted to write is because of our awesome weekend though! We took an overnight excursion to the Campania region of ...
... Peninsula Southern Italy. The Amalfi Coast is a popular tourist destination for the region and Italy as a whole, attracting thousands of tourists annually.
During the 10th–11th centuries, the Duchy of Amalfi existed on the territory of the Amalfi Coast, centered in the town of Amalfi. The Amalfi coast was later controlled by the Principality of Salerno, ...
... sorts of game drives and spotting each different animal but by the time I got to Kenya I'd had enough. The desert in northern Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt was amazing to start off with but before too long the heat, sand and sweating was too much, time for a change. The temples in Egypt were awesome as were the pyramids oh and Petra and all the churches in Jerusalem and the acropolis in Athens, but there is only so much sightseeing you can do ...