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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Very cool!
The mosaics we saw were amazing. They had such incredible detail, and we're so well preserved. We saw other at work as well...ancient graffiti! Carved into the beautifully painted wall were a couple of camels. I'm thinking this was the ancient version of a kid with crayons!
We rode in a couple cars today with the tour company that transported us. That's an experience all by itself. The speed limit was 80kph, but ...
Things we learned:
- Mount Vesuvius is known as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world because of the 3 million people living nearby. It is the most populated volcanic region in the world.
- Mount Vesuvius is known for its eruption in AD 79 which led to the destruction of the Roman city of Pompeii. An estimated 10,000 people died due to the eruption.
- Mount Vesuvius last erupted in 1944; the Italian government ...
... amphitheatre, House of Meander, Temple of Jupiter, Grand Theatre and of course the Lupanar (or brothel) which features some interesting frescoes. We also got to see the casts of bodies of adults, babies and even dogs preserved during the ...
... the counter couldn't tell what I was doing. This hotel will not be getting a 5 star Trip Advisor rating from me even though the view was amazing...
Anyway - once the car is packed and I have removed the sweat from my brow...its time to sit back in the car for the very short journey into Pompeii. This is such an exciting day for me - I have wanted to visit Pompeii for a very long time. And now I get to go. Be still my beating ...
... of bus drivers we finally found where we had to go to pick up our bus to Ravello. Then followed an exciting ride up the mountain, around the switchbacks, and turns, viewing wonderful scenery of very old buildings still being habited, stone walls and vegetable gardens, grape vines, lemon and olive orchards tiered down the mountain. It was olive collection time and they had huge nets strung out under the trees. Ravello - what a beautiful town! The area in and around ...