Aquapetra Resort & Spa
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... from the ash etc. He was also saying that the area south of the ruins is now a no build zone, as it is not a matter of if, but when, another eruption will occur. Scary given the number of people that live within a small radius of Mt Vesuvius.
From Pompeii we headed to Naples and parked at the train station on the good advise of Lucio. It worked out perfectly as it was easy to get to, and also easy for the ...
We stood on the top deck of our ship and I pointed to a castle in the sky.
"Let's go there," I said to Steven.
And without directions, map or plan we were off.
A wide street turned into a narrow one as we scaled the side of a hill. When the street ended we found a crumbling grey staircase and climbed it's many steps through bends and turns, orange groves and cliff-tops. ...
Just returned from a lovely "quick trip" weekend about. 1.25 hours from our place in Baia. We went Saturday at 3:00 and returned about 2:30 Sunday because we had great lunch plans with neighbors. The name Solopaca comes from its 11th century name “Surrupaca” which literally means “opaque sun”. This has been interpreted as a land with a lot of sun or paese del sole which has inevitably led to its destiny as the most intensely cultivated viticulture zone ...
... and had a walk around the massive crater of the volcano. It was shame the pool wasn't in service as it was so incredibly hot, but we did manage to fashion a makeshift foot spa from our table/bucket. There were a few other English couples at the site too, something we'd not really come across since we'd hit Italy. There were a couple of hippies living out of a transit van, who seemed to constantly eat muesli, They ...
... and it's well named, as the various lines completely encircle Vesuvius. Apparently they have some relatively new rolling stock, but I didn't see any evidence of it today - all the trains were rather old, battered and grafiti covered. Still, they got me out to Pompei Scavi, which is the main thing. The station is only a very short walk from the entrance to the excavations, and though there was quite a queue for tickets, it moved quickly.