Travel Blogs from Sant'Agnello
... I was back in elementary school and they had signed up to be our chaperones for the day. They explored even more ruins by finally making it to Pompeii on Saturday. I unfortunately couldn’t make it with them on this trip as I was battling a cold all week and desperately needed some time to sleep. I was very impressed with their abilities to get on the train, purchase the tickets, and discover a whole town of ruins ...
Ahhh Naples – hello from the port area of Naples (can't remember the name of it). The problem with shore excursions and only one day in the port is there are so many different excursions and not enough time to do them all. Naples was a very hard excursion to choose – should we do Pompeii, the Isle of Capri, Naples itself or the Amalfi Coast?
Robert has seen most of this before so he left it to me to choose. I decided that Sorrento ...
... all the sheds with marble. That made the Tonka trucks
feel really special. So special that more sheds were built where they could
play other games like spin the bottle, strip poker. Some say what went on in
Pompeii made the bigger kids really angry and they built giant mud pies and
peashooters and attacked Pompeii. Their weapons worked so well that not only
were there no survivors, but they lost the whole city for 1900 years.
In 62AD Pompeii was hit by a ...
... socialize here as
you will experience some of their standard disturbance techniques .
The receptionist can use the “jolly
joker” (a nice name i found to define an individual that suddenly
appear).The receptionist call him with a discrete hidden signal (e.g
a phone ring) and he come close to your table where you stay .The
joker do perform actions (adapted person by person and in every
place) to disturb your conversations when the receptionist do ...
... people who died became covered in ash so in whatever position they were in when they died they remain like to this day. Because they are covered in white material, you forget that there is actual person underneath all it who lived and breathed until you still the small exposure of bone or skull. I found it quite confronting and fascinating at the same time.
Dr Guy also took us down the red light district and into what would have to be one of ...