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- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsRomeo Hotel Naples
It was very nice and they gave us complimentary breakfast
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... of the site with many buildings in differing states of repair and conservation. We were also given the opportunity to glimpse many of the plaster castes Estelle is currently working on, which also made the students think about the ethics involved in the display and study of human remains.
After our visit to Pompeii we caught the train once again to Sorrento for some down time. Students and staff had the opportunity to shop for last ...
... not have the names of the statues on the back.
Naples pop 2.5m - litter everywhere
Last eruption 1944 of Mt Vesuvius was quite explosive - all the eruptions have apparently been quite explosive.
They have annual volcano alert practices but probably a bit like the Tsunami Siren alerts in Christchurch - no one really notices.
The big one was AD79. There had been ...
... is a world-famous pizza shop, and has been operating for nearly 150 years, but is best known recently for being the shop that Julia Roberts' character visits during her stay in Italy in the movie "Eat, Pray, Love". The pizza definitely lives up to its reputation, with a very light but chewy base that has a slight sourness from the hot wood fired oven. Despite its impossibly thin centre, the base holds the buffalo mozzarella, tomato sauce and basil without seeping or ripping. ...
... It was definitely worth seeing and you just get amazed by how a civilization so big could get wiped out in just one day and never seen again for 1700 years.
After Pompeii we were so tired we just returned back to hostel and put our feet up, was a very long day.
Day 53: Since today was the final of the Euro Cup and Italy was playing we decided to have an easy day today and just explore the city and do some small sightseeing before the game. ...
... rarely anyone spoke English. Most people were locals. I also found out that the coast was famous for its ceramic artwork. I ended up buying a ceramic fish as a souvenir. When it became siesta time and all the shops closed down, I headed to the beach and stripped to my swimsuit and basked in the sun. It was a moment of heaven that I would not get back for the remainder of my trip at the Amalfi.