Hotel Solemar Terme
- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Hot tub
- TV Other Russia
- TV NTV World Russia
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... can I tell you that Grant had a boiled egg but somehow there was a lot of water left inside and it was leaking all over his plate and probably onto his toast... I'm not sure of this last part as I seriously had to look away! Just awful!!) we headed to the front desk to report our air conditioning woes and left hoping that we had made ourselves understood enough that we would return to a solution. Off to the Pier we went.
The walk ...
... the Campagnia region. We met her at Pompeii and she gave us a 2.5 hour tour around the ruins - just the three of us. It was absolutely awesome! We learnt all about Pompeii and Elisabetta also compared it to Herculaneum because she knew we were going there after our Pompeii visit. Some new things we found out today: * Pompeii was covered in ash, while Herculaneum was covered in lava during the AD 79 eruption of Mt Versuvius * Pompeii was a trading town, ...
... its a very mountainous area, seeing Vesuvius fairly close it pretty cool. The city has grown up along the sides of the mountain, so if it goes again as it is still active, there is no way everyone is getting out in time, too many people and too little ways for everyone to get out of the way in time. This is called the Campania region and as said before is mountainous, very green all over the place, all of it next to the beautiful blue Mediterranean sea and you can see why it was ...
We arise at 7.30am, it's 24 Deg C. and a gorgeous day. We've arranged with the hotel owners to stay another night and agree that after breakfast we'll get down to doing the research for the next leg. Breakfast as usual is something we'd all have for tea back home. Amongst the treacle tart and gateaux, Grant finds some French toast and Nutella. I opt for coffee and orange juice.
... has been). Sorrento is a neat place with lots of little shops and winding alleys. Lots of places selling Limoncello which I will talk about later. We found the beach which is rather limited in terms of retaining your personal space. Most people line up like sardines on the wharf and bathe there. The water is beautiful though and well worth the personal space invasion. We kicked back for the afternoon which was a nice break from the intensity of Rome. Good thing we had decent ...