Hotel Villa Margherita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to three the rain would stop. Good enough! On to Pompeii we go. The wood carvings would still be there if things didn't work out.
We took the train 40 minutes away from Sorrento and talked with a couple that lived in Las Vegas. They reminded us how lucky we are to live in a city with culture (their words, not ours). Upon arrival we stepped over massive puddles to get to the entrance. I was excited about our decision ...
... the way people lived and what the different shops, forums, arenas or temples were used for. I was so amazed by how many pots, tools and bodies had been preserved through the eruption, a truly amazing thing to experience walking through a whole preserved ancient ...
... to do as the locals do & catch the local bus. Standing room only, we tried to keep our balance as we lurched around the hairpin bends & avoided the oncoming traffic on the narrow road clinging to the side of the mountain with a sheer drop down to the ocean.
Spent a delightful afternoon strolling the narrow streets before retracing our steps back to the ship.
... explored some of the shops, villas and temples. Not surprisingly, they even had brothels back then. Well preserved mural paintings detailed explicit scenes of evidence.
Looking in the horizon, Mount Vesuvius lay silent in the background having last erupted within the last hundred years. While the view was quite amazing, it was hard to forget what happened centuries ago!
... we we there, although apparently that was less than the day before. Surprisingly though we are getting used to it so it was just another day really. Pompeii is a great find to discover yourself. We went through with our tour guide that the trip had organised and we saw a lot like casts of bodies etc, and all the buildings still in tact but the actual tour didn't really show us much, it didn't really cover the enough as Denise knew a lot about Pompeii so we weren't really ...