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      Arrival in Naples and visit to Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 05, 2014

      13 photos

      ... long for a train (and met a fellow Canadian - from BC - those Canada luggage tags kinda stick out). We arrived in Sorrento a little before 2pm, but we weren't paying attention to the fact that the buses leave every 30 min or so, and missed the 2pm bus. We grabbed a quick snack then went to wait for the bus. I think we were the first ones waiting, but by the time 2:30 rolled around, there was a bit of a crowd - even getting the luggage ...

      Last Port!

      A travel blog entry by hyperpipe on Jun 12, 2014

      34 photos

      ... how they carve them so small and intricate. Back on ship by 4:45 pm. I'm beat started packing. Had a shower. Not sure how I'm going to fit stuff back in suitcases but we both have started we have to be off ship by 6:45 am tomorrow. It will be a long day tomorrow. Must say this has been a fantastic trip but I'm ready to come home. Miss the kids and even piper. Sad that we are missing Stephs ...

      Praiano to Napoli -Day 35

      A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie on Sep 19, 2013

      8 photos

      ... is Palazzo Caracciolo and it is quite palatial, literally. Apparently it started its life as a Palace then was converted into a hotel. It is right on the edge of the old, historic centre of Naples and that made for an interesting walk after we had checked in and freshened up. Just near our hotel there was a long, narrow street (they are all narrow, actually) where all the vendors sold nothing ...

      Napoli, Italia

      A travel blog entry by daryl75 on Apr 21, 2013

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... travelled at about over 1000km/h!

      Both Herculaneum and Pompeii were totally buried.

      The force of the eruption totally obliterated the taller Mount Soma, and now only Mount Vesuvius remains.

      In 1738 (some 1700 years later) the inhabitants of a 'new' town that had constructed their town directly over the top of the original Herculaneum, began to dig for a Well.

      They struck the ruins of the ancient city ...

      Together with friends in Naples

      A travel blog entry by neumannm on Oct 14, 2012

      42 photos

      ... hike along the rugged coastline. We got a bit lost and short of time and we`re running out of time so we cut back towards the roads on a little used path through some deep bush where we saw an enormous snake in a tree. After finding our way through the brush, we got to the road and asked a couple who were picking olives for directions. We had a very nice conversation with them. They were sorry not to be able to offer us coffee and cake ...