Residence Villa Degli Dei
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... amp; bought a 3 day pass for €32, sigh didn't know about it until today or I would have bought it yesterday. It includes entry to the Pompeii ruins which we're going for tomorrow, transportation & entry to museums etc. Found our way to the Circumvesuviana Station, which was under the central station. There were so many people there, and we were trying our best to get to the barrier to get our tickets punched & get ...
... it. From here the final km to Nocelle had a handrail and proper path again.
Through the village we thought about stopping for lunch but nowhere was open. There were 2 signs for the Path of the Gods. We tried one but it seemed to be just to the road for the bus. We followed the other down a lot of concrete steps. The drains worked well mostly but we needed to step round the waterfalls as well.
We weren't happy with this route ...
We discovered that our B&B is actually just a B with a stroll to the local cafe if you want the second B which consisted of a coffee, some orange juice and a croissant -not the buffet selection expected, but hey, you get what you pay for. The room is nice enough although it lacks pillows, towels, TV channels (the remote doesn't work) and the hair dryer plug is decidedly dodgy. We don't intend to complain as these things aren't important plus it's all ...
... the shop, she was confronted by 3 very large American speaking Italians, all speaking like Tony from the TV show "Sopranos".......Jan wondered if the shop owner was late on his rent or "mafiosa fee" ?????!!!! And perhaps she was being a bit dramatic in her thinking........this is southern Italy, and we all know that Mafiosa is confined to just the island of Sicily - si ??!!! Another thing that we have noticed while being here in Italy is the ...
... Due to the heat would have preferred to go to ruins first but it didn’t work out that way and was not a problem. The drive took about three and a half hours from Rome. It was a comfortable drive with interesting scenery to keep us occupied. It was quite cool and foggy as we started our drive; it certainly warmed up during the day. Our driver was very accommodating and was happy to let us make stops ...