Hotel Terme Zi Carmela
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Free airport shuttle
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... Italy 139) Villa di Bruno, December 27, 2011 Day 065: 2 hours, 2.0 kms Villa di Bruno is pretty much just a one street town, lined at first with Chinese shops and miscellaneous stores, and then, in the heart of it the typical family forts with giant arched entrances. But up one side alley I do spot the town plaza and cathedral where I pause for my parkbench concert, thus adding Di Bruno to my collection of explored towns. 1163. Being Invited for Coffee (Italy ...
... re feeling generous) on these towns is pretty limited. I've found myself in a state of near-vegetative autopilot since we've gotten to Sorrento. My thoughts, urges, and actions have pretty much been limited to the following cycle:
Our second day here was slightly more adventurous, entailing a boat ride out to the island ...
... sore knees afterwards). Then we visited the Great theatre which held up to 5,000 spectators, with lower seats covered with marble for important people. Then onto the Public Baths, which had a series of rooms for warming up, exercise, tepid wash, steam bath etc etc. We also visited a couple of very large, expensive houses, such as the House of the Faun and the House of the Tragic Poet - these houses each covered an entire block, ...
... was a brothel which used the upper floor to entertain special clients. Herculaneum was also on the seaside before it was buried. While Pompeii and Villa Poppae are buried in ash and pumice, Herculaneum was buried under a super heated mud flow. It was also three kilometres closer to Vesuvius. When that mount blew of more than half of its mass the residents had no hope of survival (unlike Pompeii where a large number of people apparently survived, a large number of ...
Visit to Pompeii which is an enormous site and again visited by hordes. Up to 20,000 has been recorded in the high season!, anyway worth a visit. A lovely lunch, a drive through Naples and then to the museum to see the mosaics and frescoes etc from Pompeii. Exhausting being a tourist, got to keep fit and strong to ...