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Another full on and crazy day away. We started off the day by travelling to Pompeii on a train, it only took us around 25 minutes or so factoring in walking to the Metro and getting there which isn't too bad at all. Once we got there we bought our tickets and then headed off to start exploring the Pompeii Ruins. So much history filled the area and …
WOW what a day!!! After catching a train from Terni station to Rome (Termini) Station, landing in Rome at 9am, when we hoped on our fast train from Rome to Naples. The train system here is fabulous, and all the trains are very clean and nice looking unlike the ones in Melbourne (particularly the Frankston Line). The fast train is where the train …
... throughout the tour. He liked to talk about "my Naples", my Almalfi coast”, and he called us “my people”. Everything he showed us was “the best” and he liked to tell us that he had lots of surprises for us during the tour. He began by taking us south from the port toward Pompeii. In the distance we could see the only active volcano on the European continent: Vesuvius. The volcano is actually two peaks, a smaller one ...
We love our apartment..and off we went to the Funicular to the main area and walked for a long time to get to the historical center..ok, a few wrong turns..but eventually got to where we followed a big group getting off a tour bus..up to the Cloister of Santa Chiara. The gardens were amazing with 72 octagonal pillars(foto) amongst grape vines, wisteria, lemon and orange trees, benches and pillars covered with majolica tiles representing ...
... the lava took to destroy Herculaneum in AD 79. There is not much left of the funicular, which was built in 1880, destroyed by the 1906 eruption, rebuilt, and finally destroyed by the last great eruption of 1944. It was apparently very popular, and was the inspiration for the song " Funiculi-Funicula". It must have been an exhilarating ride up the steep slopes, through the cloud to the rocky barren summit, with the niggling worry, as we had, if this was to be the day of ...