Tiberio Palace Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... The site itself was very interesting and the baths were the most complete that we have seen. It was interesting seeing the paved streets with the stepping stores used when it was raining separated by channels for the wagons and chariots. As the guide shepherded the group back out to shop we stayed back to spend another 1/2 hour roaming the ruins. Were we there for long enough? I would have to say that it was only short by an hour or so. Would I go back? Probably not but ...
... low 20's but feels much warmer.
Our guide did an excellent job of keeping the group together. We walked through Pompeii and he explained the architecture of the streets, homes, shops, bathing houses, central square, government buildings etc. We saw some original painted walls, amazing that they are still in existence. We also saw a couple of plaster casts of bodies that would have been made in the space left after the ...
... bus was literally (not exaggerating) a little more than a ruler length from the car in front. People walk everywhere, people drive everywhere, tragic lights and pedestrian crossings are a suggestion and apparently it isn't customary to stop and make way for emergency vehicles. It's currently 5.13pm and my flight is at 6.40pm. I think I'll keep adding photos to this, maybe read and then get some dinner before I get on the plane. Next stop, London (well... Gatwick ...
... other pizzerias in the vicinity as to their status, not a good idea.
We did have good pizza that very day. It was almost as good as da Michele’s and though Keith and Billy didn’t admit it that day, they have since confessed - that was the best damn pizza they’ve ever had.
Tried uploading pics for you guys but it is timing out every time. Will try again this evening. Gotta run, David is waiting on me!!!
... particular day! I've had bad luck with this museum in the past, and eludes me once again. The real excavated treasures of Pompeii and Herculaneum remain displayed only there. Perhaps bona fortuna will be with me during a future visit!
At least we didn't need to go up and down from the Neapolitan city center. For that we'd need to funiculi, funicula...jamme jamme, n'coppa jamme ja.....