Maiuri Hotel

Address: Viale Unita D_Italia, 20, Pompei, Campania, 80045, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Viale Unita D_Italia, 20, Pompei, is near Forum, House of the Faun (Casa del Fauno), House of Menander, and House of the Vettii (Casa dei Vettii).
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    Travel Blogs from Pompei

    Busabout Italian Adventure begins

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... 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 ...

    Lemons and Lizards

    A travel blog entry by mikeandme on Apr 15, 2015

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    ... first, the smaller of the cities to be buried by Vesuvius on August 24, 79 A.D. Herculaneum (now Ercolano) was right on the ocean, but the eruption added about 400 meters to the coastline. About 20% of the city has been uncovered; the rest still lies underground. Because the archaeological site is small, it's manageable and digestible on a human scale, whereas Pompeii's entire city (it seems) lies uncovered.

    In Pompeii, the massive size of ...

    Vesuvius & the ruins of Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Mar 26, 2015

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    ... supposed to lead you!

    Most poignant was the Garden of the Fugitives, a display of some of the hundreds of plaster casts made from the spaces left in the ash by the bodies of the victims of the eruption. Although most of the inhabitants of Pompeii fled the town when the eruption began, the ash collected around many of the bodies of the 2,000 or so who remained, and archaeologists were able to make casts of many of those that were discovered The casts ...

    Having a blast in Pompeii!

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Aug 26, 2014

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    The one amazing thing this hotel has to offer is that it has the most delicious crumb cake I’ve ever tasted on the breakfast buffet. It’s not the healthiest way to start the day, granted, but we are on holiday after all! We were off to visit Pompeii and Vesuvius today, and after the difficulties I had getting in touch with the company, we finally managed to confirm the tour. We were picked up outside of the hotel, and both squished ...

    Ancient Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by adahlin on Sep 25, 2013

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    ... brutal. It would have been terrifying.

    Pompeii was not covered in lava but rather in scorching ash which is why it is so well preserved today. From these well preserved ruins we learn a great deal about the lives of these ancient people living in this large port city, their culture and their customs. It was an amazing experience to be able to walk around these well paved streets (still in such good condition) and gain so much insight into ...