Il Saraceno Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... to note that in art that predates this eruption, Vesuvius was drawn as a towering mass of mountain, seemingly about twice as high as its current 4,200-foot elevation. This geographic giant had remained largely asleep for an estimated 1,200 years. Those living in its shadow had no way to see that their occasional earthquakes, which were problematic enough in their own time, were also signs of the pyroclastic power lying beneath Vesuvius’ base. ...
... grabbed some lunch after the tour at a cafe/restaurant. The food was yuck. My chips were really cold. :( I took them back and got more. Still, not impressed. Sadly there was also no wifi so I called home from my mobile but couldn't talk for long at all as it was using a lot of my data. It was still good to hear that mum, dad, grandma, pa and Charlotte were having a nice birthday dinner at home without me! :P haha. We all got back on the coach and ...
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... other assistance with that! Naples was amazing. Walked out of the train station to basically the far side of the tourist area in the old town. It is a crazy place. I have never seen such insane driving, Vespas, trucks and just about everything else. And all honking and in such a hurry! It was really fun to dodge the moving vehicles and survive to tell the tale. Had a Peroni and Margherita ...
... century. They estimate that the eruption lasted between19-24 hours. Initially they believed that the people died from suffocation due to the ash, but they know now that most people died instantly from thermal shock as the temperature from the eruption reached 900 degrees F. The most sobering sites are the places where there are plaster casts of the people in the position that they were found in when the volcano erupted.