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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pompei
... saw the place where the gladiators trained. Next was the smaller theater which is still in tact with the original coloured marble floors we also saw the bigger one from a distance. They still use the bigger theater for concerts, and they were setting up for one at the time. Like the Colosseum these theaters would have had silk over the top to give shade. We wondered down the streets and our guide pointed out these big rocks in the middle of ...
... rutted from the wear of wagon and chariot wheels.
The whole of life is here, from a coliseum and sports ground to the large and small amphitheatres, the take away shops, large villas, shops, public and private baths (with very erotic frescos), taverns and a brothel with more erotic frescos).
When the 2000 residents were buried in lava, their bodies eventually decayed but archaeologists injected plaster into the casts that remained behind and some ...
... spend time finding the good parts of Sorrento. Our hotel was very big and plush and pretty; there was a lemon/orange grove across the street we could walk through handing out free samples of limoncello (Sorrento's claim to fame is its lemon and limoncello production); we had a beautiful view of the sea from the hotel roof; and they have a dessert called delioze di limone which is, as the name says, delicious.
However, we just don't belong there. ...
... the trail and met Pasquale in the parking lot for the trip back down the mountain. He dropped us off at the main gates of the Pompeii ruins and we sat outside in the sun and ate lunch before heading in.
What I found most remarkable about Pompeii was the scale of the place. It is an enormous complex -- an actual city. I know this makes complete sense, as it was a city of 20,000 inhabitants before the eruption, but I hadn't really understood the vast nature ...
After leaving the picturesque little town of Positano, another hour drive along the Amalfi coastline took us to Pompeii. Although not that far in terms of distance from Pompeii, the complexity of the narrow windy roads accounts for the driving time. We'd arranged to have a guide take us through the ancient site of Pompeii, organised by the same company that had supplied our car and driver (Tours of Pompeii with Lello & Co). When we arrived we were ...