- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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... helped with the stability of the buildings in case of another earthquake like the one that hit Pompeii in 64 A.D. Overall, it was very interesting to see the ruins of Pompeii. We got a window into how the first century Romans lived. However, the area below the ruins was filled with slick salesman trying to get you to buy their cheap tourist gifts. We drove in the bus to Naples to our hotel. On the way, we climbed the narrow streets ...
... who had made previous plans to join us in Praiano that day after they spent a few days in Rome and a few in Sorrento! It was so great to see familiar faces, and to begin the next part of our journey with good friends!
The next day, Friday, was a fun day touring the coastal towns. First we took the bus right outside our hotel over to Amalfi and looked around, visiting the Duomo and having a wonderful lunch. Cindy and I had the ...
... everyday reality – crumbling stucco, streaked paintwork and even, on occasion, a faint whiff of drains. There’s still a southern Italian holiday feel about the place, with sunbathers eating pizza on the beach, kids pestering parents for gelati and chic women from Milan checking out the boutiques. The fashionista history runs deep – Moda Positano was born here in the '60s and the town was the first in Italy to import bikinis ...
... have parking for 10 euros a day. Restaurants: Le Comptoir: This was basically the only French restaurant around. Everything was Italian so we had to really seek out a French restaurant It was very good. Le Comptoir Beaune: - Hotels: Ibis Style: Excellent location, very quiet and comfortable rooms (though pretty small), nice breakfast, friendly staff, and easy on the wallet. Would definitely stay here again. Has it's own parking garage. Ibis - Restaurants: Caveau des Arches: Excellent ...
When we finally got to the theatres we were yet again really impressed by the size and architecture of both theatres. One of them held 5,000 spectators and the other one held 7,500. We managed to listen in to another tour guild who told saying a few more things that our audio didn't tell us which was really interesting. We took some nice photos of us and both of the theatres before finally heading to the exit.
On the way to the ...