Hotel Marius Et Caesar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Pompei
... driver to take you to Herculaneum and Mt. Vesuvius, you still pay the entrance fees and audio guide fees on top of it. It was 35 euros to be driven to both places and back, I usually do these things the more difficult and cheap way, but we decided to go for the convenience and I must say it was nice to not have to try to navigate the public bus system, schedules, etc... so overall it was great to have that part of things taken care of!
We then walked right down the ...
... land (linear - no idea about total new area). Explorers had been searching in the wrong location for hundreds of years. Finally, farmers working their fields began to find remnants of the ancient civilization. After Pompeii we had lunch in Naples. Traditional Napoli style pizza (Michelle prefers Roman style). Transporting back in time to a 70's style wedding reception, the decor was not what I expected for lunch in Naples. Still, filled us up ...
Next was the ***** house. Still in tact with small cramped rooms and stone beds and the fresco paintings on the wall. Back then a guy would just point to a painting like a menu to choose the women and 'activity' he wanted. There are also stone ***** on the main streets pointing the way to the ***** house.
We were also taken through the public bath houses, these had a really impressive system for channeling steam using a ...
... between, which meant you could walk down the street without getting your feet/shoes/bottom of your clothes too wet. They also had clever ways of catching rain water, like directing the water downhill through pipes and in one case it was directed into a large square kind of pond or bath inside the big luxurious house. Blue and green paint was expensive because the colour comes from minerals and the ...
... largest. They feature a men's section, running track, sports field, dressing rooms, waiting room, women's section, as well as the various rooms of the baths themselves. You can still see some of the original clay pipes on the floor which would have heated rooms with steam.
The Forum was the centre of the political, economic and religious life of Pompeii. It contained all of the public buildings. I particularly found the history of the Building ...