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... ago and remarks that when she was here last approximately 100 people were touring the site. Today, there will be twenty times that. Pompeii hosts, we are told, 2,000,000 visitors a year.
In several places, archeologists poured plaster into air pockets left after the ash fell and then excavated those open rooms, It was there that human remains were later recast and some of those are on display for us to see. Countless artifacts of pottery ...
... a bottle of wine or two, we headed up there for some socialising and dancing. Fireworks added to the celebrations as well!It was a pretty early night, with festivities ending at about one.
The next stop on our Amalfi Coast tour was Positano. We had a late start (skyping people at home!) and got to the bus stop around 1pm. The bus took forever to come, but eventually arrived an hour and a half later. We hopped on and started the journey following ...
... br> was incredible for the views and the multiple near death experiences. After wondering
around seeing the church and all the little delis we got back on another boat
and drove up and down the coast line seeing all the super rich houses and
hotels. Had a quick swim then headed back. Now it was time for meat, bread and
cheese to get in my belly! To do this we needed to go to another town called
Ravello, were we got the ...
... ours) started singing O Solo Mio. On the way out our boat driver made fun of another driver who seemed to be timidly waiting for calmer water before he left, but when it was our turn, our driver waited for what seemed to be forever for the same reason.
After returning to the docks, we decided we did not want to take the effort to go into the towns, especially there were long lines to take the tram into the first town. What we had really wanted ...
... ancient city. As Bridget took us on a tour around the town that was once covered in ashes, thus preserving most of the city's houses and architecture, we surveyed the land with much appreciation for what once was a bustling place. Rick Steve's took us on a tour of the gymnasium (with a sauna), local fast food joints, and even a brothel, all which were built 80 years after Christ. The Pompeiian's (sp?) would be glad to know that not much has ...
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