- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... tours, and headed outside for a taxi. We wanted to climb Mt. Vesuvius – still an active volcano,
last major eruption in 1944. Couldn't fit this into the schedule last time and were excited we had another opportunity. The day was already beautiful and we got off the ship before 8am to avoid all crowds.
Guiseppe drove us to the base of the volcano. If you think driving up Rt 56 from I-81 is steep, windy, and a great recipe ...
... less... Same guide but this time we all had headsets to hear her better... but still monotone... First we had lunch then the guided tour of ruins... The tour was just about 3 hrs!! interesting but long.. Finished the tour, then some chaos as 4 of our tour buses had to be reorganized as some people where going to different hotels in Sorrento... Finally we are on our way to Sorrento..............This will be more relaxing....... ...
... surviving. Also much smaller than Pompeii, I was able to explore most of these ruins in an afternoon, including a brief peek into the still-underground Palaestra, in which was found a large and intricate floor mosaic. Having explored most of the ruins I left, admiring an incredible sunset over the Mediterranean. I returned to Naples and, having organised a Couchsurfing host I took my bags, met and had dinner with Tamara, who was heading to Australia the following week.
... of "menu" etched in stone on the walls. Thant would have been very interesting indeed!
By this time it was about 4pm and we were hot, tired and very dirty! After amazing showers we were soon out and about again having another pizza dinner and a walk to find some more gelato!
Naples itself was very interesting but the experiences we obtained by visiting her were beyond our expectations - fantastic stop in our summer adventure! Now we are on a train to Roma!
... and asked me what it is I wanted to learn. We went into their small collection of artifacts and recreations and he gave me the quick interesting and thorough R-rated version of the lecture, complete with blood, gore, rape, and the torture of criminals. It was fascinating how amazingly intelligent the Romans were at strategizing. There is a reason that they controlled such a massive empire for so long. What amazed me was how gladiator battles really ...