Casa Country Villa Pompei B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Time for more sight-seeing so yesterday we left the National Park and headed back to the coast. The temperature hit the 30's as we made our way to the Bay of Naples and the historic ruined city of Pompeii. The campsite is right next to the ruins and a railway station so very handy. The campsite is full of orange trees and the scent of the orange blossom is gorgeous.
This morning we did a bit of housekeeping, laundry and that sort of thing. ...
... not our thing, nor are restaurants which jack the price of an espresso because they serve mainly tourists, or serve you stale red wine ice cold because you're a tourist and you don't know any better. In most tourist towns how nicely you are treated is directly proportional to how much money you spend. I can't express how distasteful Mike and I find that.
So Monday and Tuesday, we walked around, did some laundry (met a nice Canadian couple there), did ...
... as a couple of beers and the anticipation while we waited for it to arrive was brutal. After the longest four minutes ever we had two steaming hot pizzas fresh from the oven deposited on our table and the smell alone was enough to spread a huge grin right across our faces. Normally I’m not one for margherita pizzas, I think they can tend to be a little plain but this one was unlike any I’ve ever tried before. They used fresh buffalo mozzarella and it was ...
... are Fangio. Mad keen on overtaking all and sundry – no matter what the road rules are. Mad keen on driving whilst talking on mobile phones or reading books and texting (at the same time). You really need your wits about you when you enter the melee! We left Zagorolo late in the morning for Naples and Camping Spartacus in Pompeii. Vesuvius loomed ominously over Napoli. Grant had been to Naples 22 years ago on his trusty 1984 Suzuki GSX 250 ...
... eyewitness account of the event consists of two letters by Pliny the Younger to the historian Tacitus.
Vesuvius has erupted many times since and is the only volcano on the European mainland to have erupted within the last hundred years. Today, it is regarded as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world because of the population of 3,000,000 people living nearby and its tendency towards explosive eruptions. It is the most densely populated volcanic region in the ...