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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... until sometime after 11:00. No thank you, but it was all we could get on the website. Christopher made an inquiry with the Maitre D’. After chatting for a bit he said he would call us in our room, so back we went. We waited for a call…..nothing. So we decided to go up and take our chances. It worked! He got us a table before 8:00 pm. BUT….it wouldn’t be a window….so…who cares? It is PITCH ...
... corner first. Anyway, I made it there and back alive and in one piece so that was good. The ‘gradual slope’ walk to the top of Mt Vesuvius would be what I call a little bit more than gradual. When walking up to the top, the clouds came in and blocked out any view of Naples or the crater. Fortunately, as a little bit of time the wind blew the clouds away and I managed to get a lovely view of the volcanic crater and looking back over Naples. The next stop for the ...
... all to see. Herculaneum was originally on the coast but there was also an earthquake with the eruption which lowered the city and at the same time it was also buried so now there is 400 metres of new land between the city and the coast. How did the archeologists get the glued on lava away from all the surfaces of the buildings leaving the plaster work intact, an amazing job. It's all beautifully preserved you actually walk around on the basalt Roman pavements.
... main speaking in Italian, we could on the whole understand what he was saying. They were lovely people and we stayed much longer than we would have just listening to him talking. But move we must. We pass the designer shops and beautiful buildings and find ourselves once more on the shore and here we find the road closed off and what seems like the whole of Naples is parading along the sea front enjoying the spring sunshine. It appears today is also a national holiday ...
... 1000 metres to the top...not a long distance, but a steep, dusty and grimy experience. We had our head in the clouds and our feet in the crater! It was quite unnerving to see little whisps of smoke coming through cracks in the crater, to have a slight smell of sulphur and to feel the warm ground beneath our feet. Many photos were taken, but they probably will not capture the desolation, depth and eerie atmosphere of the sleeping ...