- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... This is former monastrey converted into a museum. There is a magnificent church with painted ceilings and mosaic floors. There are many rooms with various art works on display. One part of the complex contains a naval museum.
From here we headed to a cafe for a Peroni beer and soft drinks. Only 1.50 Euro for the beer here. There was not much food on offer, so we went to a nearby restaurant across the road. This restaurant had stunning views, but ...
... through the streets, noting the deep grooves of where carts rolled along the road. We visited their equivalent to a fast food joint, the forum, temple and even a brothel. We also visited two of the theatres and the amphitheater where gladiatorial games were held. We explored small and elaborate homes.
A bit of history: On this fateful August 24, 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius, located 5 miles from the town, erupted, sending volcanic ash, pumice and other stones ...
... this - how could we not refuse? We could easily.
Napoli - Taken from the ''Hop On Hop Off Bus' tour
Mt Vesuvius - We had a great view from that touristy thing (the Hop on Hop Off Bus ' ) that our Rachel does not approve of.
- Another great shot from the Hop on Hop Off Bus
Helmets are not compulsory - I should look up the number of head injuries. The driving is amazing.
Tennis anyone? - Jennifer, if you need a venue ...
I'm fairly confident in saying that in the past two days I have been more adventurous than the entire trip so far! Climbing through the caves in Budapest would be a close second, but this definitely tops that! We arrived to Naples on Sunday afternoon after our mixed up train mishap. Leading up to our trip to Naples I had been a little nervous. I had heard some things from several people about the safety in the city, and it always makes you feel a little uneasy. I ...
... in excess of 200,000 printed volumes and manuscripts. Lagarde, with his political connections and his association with Dumont, became the driving force behind Versailles as a museum at this time. Lagarde was able to assemble a team of curators including sieur Fayolle for natural history and, Louis Jean-Jacques Durameau, the painter responsible for the ceiling painting in the Opéra, was appointed as curator for painting (Fromageot, 1903). Owing largely to political vicissitudes ...