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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalazzo Marziale Sorrento
This is a wonderful hotel, clean, spacious, quiet, great views and terrific breakfast terrace. We really enjoyed this hotel with its touch of luxury at more affordable prices.
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Pompeii is an incredible example of ancient Roman civilisation. This was one of the largest and most active Roman centres until the year 79 A.D. when it was unexpectedly buried in a thick layer of ash and lava which poured down from the devastating eruption of Vesuvius. Life permanently came to a standstill.
It is this thick layer of volcanic material which has meant ...
... stops & goes with sudden jerks. I think I was too busy “ooing & aahing” at the amazing views. We frequently had to stop so cars or buses would have to back up & maneuver around us or us around them as you can see in the videos. About ½ way through Tony was able to get a seat.
We spent a few hours in Amalfi & had a terrific ...
... was, all the drivers discussed it but no one knew they just said this is not in Naples ...far far away. Great another mistake or is this taxi driver trying to rip us off. The driver phoned the place but they did not answer....hmm does this place even exist since I booked it through a guy in America who was like an agent.
The driver phoned his company and got the location and said he would drive us but it ...
... the Athens airport to figure out what she had done. Very, very nice girls at the counter helped Dawn out and within the hour she had her passport back. Yes, we are both feeling very blond (sorry to all the blonds out there, but hey) We wrote and mailed postcards in the Athens airport and while we are sad to be leaving Greece we are ready for a smaller group and Italy. On our flight to Rome we sat near some teenage boys ...
... into what was the house of Eumachia, a wealthy priestess of Venus, but now an open grassed area). On the right we went into the house/ workshop of Verecundus (a cloth maker) with its walls of ancient latin graffiti. They whole length contained what must have been shops, probably food ones.
From here we went back along the next (parallel) street to the House of the Faun and the three houses of The Labyrinth, Vettii and Golden Cupids, all in a row. ...