Olimpia Hotels

Address: Via Marconi 103, Sant'Antimo, Campania, 80029, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Marconi 103, Sant'Antimo.
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        Positano - Pompei - Rome

        A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 14, 2014

        30 photos

        ... really frozen in time. But we only saw a few casts in one area. The place is huge and we spent about an hour and a half wandering through the streets.

        We had a reserved train from Naples to Rome at 1:30pm so we had to be sure to be on a train from Pompei that would get us to Naples on time. Again, the train was packed and we had to stand with our luggage. At one point a male gypsy with two little boys got on. They had an old amplifier on wheels, the man had ...

        Sicily Wrapped Up

        A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 21, 2013

        45 photos

        ... shaking of the camera [ours also], it was only 2 seconds long. So we found this clip as a replacement. It gives you a small insight into driving in Palermo [and Italy generally]. They don’t go through any of the busier roundabouts which can have slip roads feeding into the off ramps making life even more interesting. And there is always someone at the centre of the circle who wants the next off ramp, just as you are about to ...

        Pizza. Pizza everywhere.

        A travel blog entry by cgpolicastro on May 29, 2013

        54 photos

        ... into his armory. He brought out a pair of full weight metal gladius. Game time. We ran the sequences and practiced random drilling one more time before the next group came in a half an hour early for their session. We were both eager for a break, so we grabbed water and he went over to the children in this group (2 men, 1 woman, 1 kid) and gave his entry speech to excite them. He told them that I was a gladiator in training and pointed them towards the ...

        Pompei Scavi

        A travel blog entry by louielou on Aug 28, 2012

        4 comments, 32 photos

        ... of pottery and sculptures that were being stored, along with plaster casts (or mummified) bodies. You could even see the bones of some off them! There had been a significant earthquake in 62AD that had damaged or destroyed a lot of the building, and when the volcano erupted in 79, a lot of the buildings were still under construction. We successfully navigated the bumpy stone streets and the annoying tour groups and managed to see a good amount of the area ...

        1190. Town Reenactment Party (Italy 167)

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 03, 2012

        6 photos

        ... bakers, metalworkers—I guess trying to depict life in Roman era Bethlehem. It seems to be mainly for children and young people—but adults are involved as well. Looking at their costumes and activities, it doesn’t seem that being historically accurate is really the priority, but instead it’s about getting folks to "connect" with something that they feel ...