- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews La Bussola Massa
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... We explored the city by our selves stopping at some lolly stores when we bought lemon flavoured lollies, we went up and down a few small ally ways full of shops and we got the best gelato in the world, it was made with real fruit and real ingredients! After this little stop and some Italian pizza we headed to Pompeii. At Pompeii we saw the old city and our guide showed us how the town used to work and how the people used to live. Next we saw the clay in casements of the ...
... very cool that we could still see them today. The guide said that most people got evacuated in time but then sent their slaves back to get their valuables a couple of hours later which is when the ash hit and covered them all. It was just so amazing to see things still standing for as long as those remains are. After Pompeii we went to a pizzeria again go get lunch and guess ...
Another pilgrim turned up at the hostel last night. I know that I can sometimes be considered a little strange but this guy took things a bit further. He had walked from his home in Spain to Jerusalem via Santiago de Compestelo and Rome. Bad enough, but now he was walking back. I did notice that he wasn't a fat chap.
Big day so I was away before 8. I was a bit too enthusiastic in buying juice and water last night and so needlessly carried an ...
So I was up early this morning as I had to meet the bus to Pompeii at 7.30. I got up at six got myself organised, packed a spare pair if shoes and socks, and headed off to the Piazza di Popolo. Upon reaching the Piazza I realised the one item I did not pack was a jacket, it was quite cool early in the morning. The Piazza was another work of art, with an Egyptian obelisk towering in the centre, twin churches at one end and fountains on either side.
The tour group gathered and ...
... were closed due to a marathon event and we quickly sat on the train, only to sit....and sit....there were no announcements or screens announcing times, so in the end we sat for about half an hour just waiting to go. The journey was not very memorable...not really good views or anything, except for one moment where we stopped on a bridge over a gorge and mum had a little panic. There were the usual train buskers who played their accordion and then asked for money. On ...