- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you meet. Whilst encamped in Camping Spartacus, we met a group of four young Polish men and women who were taking a holiday in Italy by hitch hiking. These four brave souls spent the night sleeping rough in the Naples train station, has hitched a ride (giant back packs and all) in a four door Smart Car as well as a host of other adventures along the way. Their faith in humanity was refreshing as was their attitude to travelling this way. We also ...
... is that we know the dates of events now like the back of our hand...the city was first destroyed by an earthquake in 62 AD, rebuilt, and then destroyed again with the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Also, the volcano is still active though it doesn't smoke, and apparently could erupt at any time. Carmine says there is an evacuation plan in place, but he doubts with the traffic anyone will actually get out. (In five minutes read this ...
... though a cold beer/coke never tasted so good! Green trees growing in the crater reassured us that we weren't in any imminent danger but we did spot some steam from one area.
The last eruption was in 1944 and we drove through the lava flows from this on our way up and down. Scientists think that the next eruption is 1000 years away and that it will be devastating as more than 3 million ...
... first few minutes I was afraid we were going to be asked for our ticket but it never happened.
Pompeii is massive and like a giant maze. Without the map that I took we would have been lost probably. We tried to see everything and I think we did a good job. We saw the giant amphitheater and the two smaller ones, the casts of the petrified people, the paintings preserved on the walls and the sites of future excavations. We wandered in ...