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... was slow and the food over priced.
After that we went in search of the Funicular rail to take us down the hill. One of the locals that we asked kindly lead us to the station. The train took us down a steep tunnel back to Via Toledo about 1 km from our accommodation. From here we slowly walked back to the apartment stopping at H&M on the way.
In the evening we went to a restaurant quite near the Dante station "Leon D'oro". The food ...
... town, killing 2,000 people. This hot ash, upon contact with the person, incinerated the person. The poisonous fumes of the ash would have also made it difficult to breathe.
Because many who died were covered by the ash and rock, their bodies eventually decomposed, leaving hollow spaces where they had died. When archeologists were excavating, they detected hollow spaces and filled them with plaster. What they discovered were detailed molds of the people who ...
... interclub match, Napoli would be a good suggestion. Sea views.
Napoli - Some, not many, apartment buildings looked lovely, renovated and colourful.
Where are the bikes? - Napoli had bike racks ready for bikes but unlike Ljubljana we did not see any cyclists. Not a surprise once you have seen the roads and motorists.
Our hotel in Napoli. - Tall and slim, but very elegant. No the hotel not Simon.
... on a Sunday afternoon helped, as the city wasn't too busy, and we found our hostel with no problem at all!! We were greeted by the lovely staff at our hostel and could already tell that the atmosphere was exactly what we wanted! Right off the bat, we met about three or four Canadians which hasn't happened at all during our travels! We automatically felt at home, and spent the rest of the evening relaxing, eating supper altogether, catching up with our ...
... in France during the 1790s, Versailles succumbed to further degradations. Mirrors were assigned by the finance ministry for payment of debts of the Republic and draperies, upholstery, and fringes were confiscated and sent to the mint to recoup the gold and silver used in their manufacture. Despite its designation as a museum, Versailles served as an annex to the Hôtel des Invalides pursuant to the decree of 7 frimaire an VIII (28 November 1799), which commandeered part of ...