TripAdvisor Reviews Soggiorno Paradiso Naples
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... in the 18th century. The site was excavated, many artifacts were found including items of daily life such as bread and honey. Our guide explained how the preserved town has informed archeologists about how the ancient Romans lived. Our walking tour was incredibly fascinating and there was so much to see. Our guide explained there was too much to see in our allocated half day. He did his best to show us the highlights and help bring to life what the thriving town of ...
... need permission from the Vatican to open up new trenches, due to the consecrated nature of the area!
As the tour ended, we were brought to an adjoining church hall, where there was a display by a company called ‘Iron Angels’ who make ornaments and decorations out of scrap metal and they raise money for an employ blind people. We picked up a bauble for Laura’s mum, and then headed back to our hotel via a main street. There were so many of the little Fiat ...
Fiorella, our private guide, picked us up with Enzo in a lovely Mercedes, to take us to Pompeii. It was great having a guide who took us to the most important and most restored parts of the vast village. It is hard to believe that anything buried under volcanic substances(which allowed exceptional preservation) from 79 AD could still exist. Most of the best preserved mosaics and frescoes were seen at the Archealogy Museum. It was really emotional ...
The bar serveries because Not custom to lunch st home - called thermopolium
Learned about different building materials and structures
Got to end - walked through ancient shoreline
Beach used to be there
Exit! Wow what a visit
To train station
... 15, almost get killed every time I try to cross the road....keep looking the wrong way. 17/. Mopeds, the most sensible way around any town in France. And Smart cars too. 18/. Parking. How they get in, or out, of the squishiest spots defies the laws of physics. 19/. Cathedrals/basilica/church....all stunning. A Notre Dame in every town. Rachael has lit a lot of candles. At €2 a pop, we'll be on bread and drippings soon! 20/. Can't wait to come back and do the country ...