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... Greek and Roman history as she explained the origins and meanings behind many of the statues and artefacts kept in the museum. She was extremely knowledgable, and the only downside to this tour was we forgot so much of the information she gave us. However we all now have a broader knowledge of Greek and Roman history, and that was more than we had two hours before. Tour over, we wandered by ourselves for another half hour before it was time to meet our driver to take us back to the ...
... a long day and night ahead so I'm keeping the walking to a minimum. Aileen, a lovely and very well-travelled Glaswegian woman around my age from the hostel, joined me in the cafe and we chatted for a while about music, travel, the merits of vinyl records etc. She's convinced me to see Adam and the Ants the next time they hit Reading and has now headed off to track down rare vinyls in a nearby street.
... part of the bathroom - no curtain! But I've seen photos of other places in Europe that were like this - everything worked out OK - except when trying to get your socks and pants on with wet feet - hard to dry them when the floor is wet. There was even a nice little patio up top, but we didn't partake of it. After getting ourselves rested up, and taking a quick shower, we walked back over to Amalfi for supper. Had a nice pizza at a ...
... was full of custard and apple. I had opted into the boat cruise later that day along with most of the tour group but before that started we had an hour or so to check out the town. I went with a few others to try and get 'lost' in amongst the narrow alley ways then we headed down to the port just as the boat was about to depart.
Cruising along the coastline was nothing but amazing. The view of the colourful little towns was ...
... find out. The most upsetting remainder of the catastrophic incident is the surviving letter of a young man who witnessed the eruption and writes of his uncles death while trying to rescue citizens.
I'm not embarrassed at my naivety, there's so much in the worlds history and culture how can you possibly have grasped it all. On the other hand, it does pour fuel on the fire in me to read more, learn more and to travel more. Luckily we're not finished yet, plus there's always ...