Hotel Villa Maria Luigia
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... very exciting day!! We decided that yesterday morning we would get up early to try arrive at the Collosuem before the crowds, but by the time we got there (just before opening) the lines were huge. We were approached by a lady organizing guided tours which only cost €5 more than what all our entrances fees etc would have cost, so we went with it! Really glad we did as it was a good tour. Learnt about the usage of the ...
... platform I might add, where it is supposedly illegal, even here in Italy to smoke. Again, no-one cares about these rules. Poor Katie had a coughing fit - everyone seemed to be lighting up around us. Ugh.
The train was very crowded but thinned out as we headed further from Naples. I didn't really realise how many stops it was to Pompei - around 20, and the train stopped at every one. It took around 45 minutes to get to the station, and although I was feeling ...
... and did ratings and made some purchases. Saturday we drive around many towns, stopping here and there to walk in parks, go to markets, eat in cafes etc...always taking pictures. It was quite warm but a lovely breeze on these lakes o we were comfortable. We saw an old abbey and church, beautiful scenery, the summer town where the Pope resides in the summertime ( Castel Gandolfo) and in Nemi we even saw an old car rally that was a wedding processional. In Nemi there was a place ...
... and his knowledge of English did not seem too extensive, and the study was deep, and I soon found myself immersed in thoughts of hunger, and back and foot pain. There were some people who made an effort to introduce themselves. An old Italian man who very slowly said "my name is Giuseppe" and asked where I'm from. Also met a nice English woman who asked me about my trip. When I commented on how few Italians speak English when compared to Stockholm, she said something ...
... there. Walking through all the ruins feels unreal. Its fun to imagine the people of ancient Rome walking the same path. The Colosseum was amazing. We got to skip the line and admire the arena. As I walked through I could just imagine ten of thousands Romans screaming as gladiators fought to their death...it was crazy. Headed back to the B&B and grabbed gelato and granites and a nearby place. Heading to the Pantheon neighborhood tomorrow.