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... organized ship tour and decided that if that wasn't enough after we were finished the tour we could go back another time. On one of several buses from our ship heading that way, we stopped for a quick demonstration and shopping stop at a cameo making factory. Just grin and bear it and 20 minutes later we were off to the main attraction. Our guide was competent and, although not able to make ...
... public buildings, including temple, bath houses, brothel, shops. It also has the artefacts like vases and completely intact human bodies and a dog. There were also complete human skeletal remains. In the last 20 minutes or so that we were at Pompeii it rained then it poured. Luckily camp mother Ang always has those poncho's ready (the smurfs) . It was fine again by the time we got back to Naples. We'd been lucky with the weather as the forecast had been for a rainy day. ...
... Il Postino and The Talented Mr Ripley..Now I will have to watch them again after roaming the streets all day. Ah..and while roaming, I finally bought a few things.. a fab dress and a necklace!
I walked from the Port/Marina Grande to Marina Corricella, which is an ancient fisherman's village, only accessible by the 'procidan stairways'..free from traffic noise. Here is the picturesque scenario between multi-colored ...
... on 24th August 79BC. I think the date is well documented and remembered because it was bank holiday weekend!! Herculaneum, albeit much smaller that the more famous neighbour Pompeii, was the Beverley Hills of its time.
On that fateful day, a glowing cloud of ash and gas with a temperature of 400º rolled down the slopes of Mount Vesuvius to attack Herculaneum. 400º?? Surely it must have been a trifle hotter. I have just checked the guidebook ...
... the damage and renovated their homes. There is one luxurious villa which you enter through the usual pedimented door way into a covered walkway which surrounds a square garden. Off of the covered walkway are rooms. A good few of them have barrel vaulted roofs. You can see some of the decoration the rooms had. The brick structure was basically concealed with plaster which was then painted or tiled. It is quite extraordinary the level of detail they ...