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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our rooms we walked to the ruins of Pompei, the ruins are right in the middle of the modern city of Pompei, it was surprising to me the first time I was here. Kind of was expecting it to be out in the middle of nowhere for some reason. On our way we stopped in an "information" or "tourist info" point, that was how it was posted outside. We were wanting to ask some questions about the next day when we were going to Vesuvius and Herculaneum. It actually was just a sales pitch ...
... a few hours to tour the site, it was great to have help navigating to some of the best areas and getting the history from locals. One the the most interesting things from the day was about the search to find Ancient Pompeii. They knew it existed, yet it took almost 1700 years to find it again. Pompeii was a wealthy port city. After the eruption it was buried in ash and rubble. The new material not only covered the city but added over 2 miles ...
... house but found themselves caught in the ash.
After seeing the house we walked up to the highest point in Pompeii this is when you notice how large this city really is. You are standing on the current ground level then the city suddenly appears, sprawling from below the ground, even where we were standing we were told the city continued under our feet and you can even see walls run into the hill we were on they simply haven't gotten ...
... used a weapon called a gladius. There are a couple of arenas and a very luxurious home you can explore. There is also a red district in Pompei, for men and women. Apparently the men were more expensive because they were big strong gladiators. The tour guide also explained the way they designed the streets and rainwater which was really interesting. The streets were made out of large stones with small ...
... on the walls above the rooms and merchants could simply point to their preferred act. The beds were made of stone for hygiene as these could be easily washed down. Wealthy patrons had their own exit so as not to be seen.
Baths were an important part of ancient life, not only for relaxation and exercise, baths were important socially as a meeting place and area to conduct business. Of the three main public baths in Pompeii Stabian Baths ...