Montespina Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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... had lunch here before heading onwards to Pompeii.
I managed to make the last guided English tour of the day – phew! and headed off around Pompeii. It was pretty cool, stepping into this old town seeing where the baker was, the courts, the first pedestrian crossing, the roman baths for men and women, the supermarket and so on.
The funniest area was the brothels where they had pictures of services men could request on the wall. Also ...
... more classy!!! After a free taste of Lemoncello, we all piled onto the bus for the trip back to Naples to our boat. We noticed on the drive that Naples has a lot of poorer areas. There was one area that looked like Sowetto - homes made of corrugated iron but with satellite dishes on the roof which differentiated them from being a pile of rubbish. Once on board we sat and had a couple of drinks before heading up to our room where we used some of our internet allowance to ...
... Chapel built 15th century - renovated 18th Century
If is a private family chapel or was still privately owned, a lot of the artwork was done by one of the family princes.
The famous tissue statue, Veiled Christ and the statue of sailing rope carved from marble.
Has underground chamber with 2 anatomical machines
No pictures were allowed so we had to buy some postcards, ...
... making it up, over and back again. Lovely weather, perfect Italian town and good exercise... Total score !!!!! 3/ Italy 2/ Michaela Kathryn Michaela To finish off our time in Napoli, we adopted another young, impressionable, blonde boy (Ben from England).... Previously we have forgotten to mention that it has been quite hot whilst in Italy (around mid 20's) so almost everyday we have been donning the dress/shorts and thongs. This has provided many of our ...
... it mummified the city, preserving it almost perfectly. In the 1700's it was discovered, and 200 years later completely excavated and restored to the way it looks today. A whole city!! We walked around a tiny portion of it, hitting most of the important buildings from the day. I was floored at how advanced the civilization was at that point in history. We saw theaters, streets, houses, stores, bath-houses, and even some bodies! Seeing it all made me wonder what exactly these ...