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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Roman life in a small roman town. though that said it's then location right on the beach was a good excuse for resort style development for the rich and famous of roman society. Pompeii, Herculaneum's famous neighbour, on the other hand, was covered not by mud, but ash and pumice. It was was discovered earlier and excavated on a grander scale. It is a massive site and deserves at least whole day of exploration. One of the great things about travel Is ...
... ruins of Pompeii truly are incredible, and we hit all of the main points of the city from the bath house to the fountains, forum, temples, and of course the brothel. The weather was once again perfect with a lot of sun and a steady breeze. The lack of clouds also made for a picture-perfect view of Mt Vesuvius, and you could imagine how the city looked when it had been created. As Jason told me, the good thing about the repetition from ...
... proved to be good as it forced us into having some down time and a rest, and time for proper refreshments.
After a very interesting journey up....clinging to the seat and thanking God for the drivers skills at every hairpin bend.....we finally arrived at the 1000 metre mark. We were told we had 281 more metres of up which we could do by foot if we wanted. So we did, what else do you do when it's ...
... change so we could only buy one metro ticket and just hope not to get caught, finally, on the transfer between metro lines I full on side collided with a woman (I took her out, I have minor whip lash from hitting her so hard and I will probably have a black eye tomorrow. I tried to catch her but she just kept falling away from me. Then I heard some other old Italian lady say 'Mama Mia!' and I thought the situation got too cliché Italian for me ...
... from the ticket place for giving him a bum steer! All that aside, the crater was pretty impressive and it was steaming a little on one side. We had a slow walk around the top, watched a Japanese man be told off by one of the guides for climbing on some rocks near the crater, which made us giggle. It was then time to walk back down to the unimog and make our way off the mountain. Once back at our bikes we looked at the map and decided to head to Amalfi, thinking that would ...