Hotel Villa Garden
Travel Blogs from Sant'Agnello
I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... some lunch before heading into the Pompeii site. We decided not to do a guided 2 hour tour but hired audio guides and do it ourself. We had no appreciation of the size of this historical site. We managed to walk around seeing so many ruins and listening to the audio guide but I became frustrated with the audio guide as it often instructed you to enter a building but there were iron gates stopping you, obviously the audio guides have not been updated for a while. We managed ...
... I want it, getting a nice panoramic view of the sea, the cliffs and the mansions perched on top… that's not quite as easy…
I head on to explore "downtown" Sant Agnello, which has one little cozy main street… and then I’m in the next ...
... little hut and asked if we were in the right place. At this point I was praying that it wasn't as Vesuvius looked miles away and it was pretty much vertical. Turns out Joan was playing with us and sent us to the wrong side of the volcano. The man in the hut then tried to rip us off by charging us 19 Euros to drive us to the top. We declined and set off on our travels to find the correct car park which was supposed to ...
... were several dogs. The dogs don't have any owners, but they are taken care of through donations. People give them food and medicine. They were very nice and we pet them. We saw some playing together too.
One of the last things we saw was the body casts of people who died in Pompeii. We saw a pregnant woman protecting her baby and a dog struggling for breath.
Pompeii was magnificent- very ancient, but modern too.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service