Hotel Villaggio Stella Maris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... there is a significant bus trip between each port and the destinations. There was also quite a bit of walking involved on each tour.
After getting up early Monday, I went to the gym for an hour to work out while Claire rested up in bed. After that we had breakfast and then attended three IT Workshop sessions in the training room. Two of these were "Edit Your Photos Like a Pro" and "Get Creative with Photo Editing" using Photo Galaxy on Windows 7 and ...
... and walk around. We ended the day just hanging out on the rocks on the beach, enjoying the sea and the waves one last time for the trip.
We spent two nights in Naples but did not have much of a chance to explore, with a pretty full schedule elsewhere. We did get a little bit of exploring in at night, visiting a few churches just before they closed. On our last day there, we went to ...
... 05 Peruvian Soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 6
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Pompeii
... catch our tour into the ruins which was already an hour late :-) Pompeii was magnificent . Just walking through the ruins was a awe inspiring experience. After our tour we got back in the shuttle and home we went . Jeff and I were lucky that we were the last to be dropped off, so we got a tour of rome at night with all it's beauty and wonder! Rome is beautiful at night with all the monuments lit up. Off to bed as we again arrived late to our hotel :-) Buona ...
Today we visited Pompei (yes, it is spelled with only one "i" here), which was very cool! After seeing other ruins in and around Rome, it was apparent that these were in much better condition due to the fact that they've only been exposed to the elements for about 200-300 years, rather than about 2,000 years! When you walk through, it actually feels like you're walking through a town, not just a bunch of old bricks, etc. You can see the wheel ruts in the road, for example. The ...