Relais Regina Giovanna
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... I am not sure that he was impressed at us translating what he was saying to Tess, who couldn't understand his heavily accented English.
We toured the ruins marveling at the excavation works, the state of preservation & getting a real sense of life in ancient Pompeii.
We felt really sad for those poor people and the terror they must have felt on the day of the eruption.
We ate our picnic ...
... hotel that was one of the best in the world. After a little swimming we drove back to our villa.
Today my family and I were going to Pompeii. For those who don't know Pompeii was a city next to a volcano. When it erupted it had so much debris that the city was buried under 30 feet of ash, molten rock, dirt, and hundreds of minerals. Once we got there the tour lady started telling us all kinds of things about the volcano. One thing that was cool was that ...
... I said nothing but the other English speaking tourists did, but I figure she will be back because she has their children . Finally she is back with one ticket for all of us, am sure the scammers use this 1 ticket all day. Anyway she starts by showing us where the gladiators slept and trained, and where they were visited by the rich woman for a bit of............and how do they know this, because the found during excavation they found a woman ...
We began our day traveling from Rome to Sorrento on a coach bus. On the ride we were able to enjoy many beautiful views of indifferent parts of Italy, but the best views Erie when we arrived in Sorrento.
Sorrento by far was my favorite place on the trip. A breathtaking town filled with views, beaches, amazing food, sweetest people, and LOTS of lemons!
Our hotel was yuckie, but we were not there much anyways. We walked ...
... with us for this adventure and loved the freedom of having a car to explore…Until the car broke down. After a delicious lunch in the Chianti region, we stopped at a winery for a tasting but they were closed. We piled back in the car to find another spot, but the car wouldn’t start. Dang. We spent the next three hours at the winery (where they offered us NO wine – jerks) calling the rental company, trying to figure out how we’d get from this ...