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I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
After yesterday's dramas and combined with the alcohol consumption, both of us didn't sleep that well but we must put that behind us for the sake of this trip otherwise we might as well go home!! Enjoyed our first breakfast in Sorrento overlooking the beautiful coastline and with Mt Vesuvius in the background. With advice from our wonderful hotel owner he helped us organise our next few days in Sorrento. Plans for today is to visit Mt Vesuvius and Pompeii. Before we take ...
... my body was a little achy. I powered through and it was all very cool to see. There was a lot of construction going on though in order to ensure these structures stay standing. After the Acropolis we quickly stopped at the first Olympic Stadium which is made entirely out of marble. You can pay to go inside but we just took photos from the outside. We said goodbye to our tour guide and made our way to the ferry docks. When we got there we decided it ...
We had a small window of time on route from Amalfi to Rome and decided to squeeze in a side trip to Pompeii.It was very hot in the exposed environs of Pompeii and we wandered listlessly through the ruined city trying to decipher one groups of ruins from the next. I tried eavesdropping the guide of an organised tour but gleamed only limited information. I noticed that other vistors had maps ...
... of this ancient Roman "ghost town". Archaeologists speculate that there is much more to be revealed but unfortunately modern Italians live on top of the ground that covers these Herculaneum neighbourhoods and they are reluctant to move away. The site is a UNESCO heritage site and enjoys funding from many agencies around the world. So the work goes on!
After a rather quick circuit of Herculaneum we enjoyed a beer and Coca light at the "eruption cafe" ...
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