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... or going to Pompeii and Sorrento. Our group of 11 chose Capri. It was a 90 minute ferry ride to the island, and luckily it was fairly calm. And a beautiful sunny day. Once there we took a mini-bus to Annacapri, the middle level of the island. From there some of us took the cable ride to the very top. You could almost touch the clouds that hung over the mountain, and the temperature dropped 10 degrees, and was very windy. The cable ride was a lot of ...
... that I would share here but it would take far too long. We also learned about the evolution of pizza and how it came to be so popular. I really like this story though so I’m going to share this one.
Pizza was traditionally a peasant food and specific to the Naples region of Italy. Queen Margarita of Italy (the second queen of Italy) visited the region one day and saw the pizza in the local markets. She decided that she wanted to try ...
Got up at 6:45 AM to board a train at 7:22 to take us to Izmir Airport for a flight to Istanbul with a connection for another flight with Pegasus Airline to Rome. (No, not to see the Pope) From Leonardo da Vinci Airport we caught a train into Roma Centrale where we connected with another train to take us to Naples. Well that's enough travel for one day. The next morning we went to visit the Archaeological Museum as it has many ...
... temples and markets easily discernable. It is truly like the city was frozen in time after the erruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. We spent several hours wandering through the ruins. We also got the chance to see pottery and other things that were recovered during the excavations. They also have plaster casts of some of the bodies that they were found - it made it all feel a bit more real! We saw Vesuvius on ...
... s a great guide, and I can recommend it to anyone visiting the site. (He also has ones for most major cities in Europe, but I haven't had a chance to try those yet).
I could easily fill a dozen blogs just with information about Pompeii, so I'll try and just keep it to a quick overview. Pompeii and Herculaneum were thriving Ancient Roman port cities, right up until the 24th of August 79AD. On that day, the great mountain, Vesuvius, erupted ...