Orsini 46 B&B
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... to the train station. We were going to Ercolano (Herculaneum), the first of two ancient cities that we were going to visit that day.
We had a bit of a stuff around getting our tickets and ended up with one for the bus instead of the train which saw us having to walk a few kms from the bus stop to the site, and to top it off we later found out that the train station is located only a few metres away from the entrance! We approached the ticketing window, which was old and ...
... noise was of the volcano, but then the rain came and I felt safe again.
In my room I'm sharing with a couple of girls from Scotland/America who I bumped into in Pompeii... They had arrived much later than me and came back a little later too, only, their train broke down so they actually got back to Naples really late! I'm also sharing with a really lovely French girl. She was here working about a year ago, and she is back again now for what sounds like an apprenticeship, ...
... off to the sea, they mean it! Our guide, Sebastian gave us some historical background and points of interest as we made our way along the coast. We saw the homes of Sofia Lauren, Roger Moore and Federico Fellini. Bill Gates wanted to buy a fishing village that is situated along the Amalfi coast and turn it into a resort but he was REJECTED. I guess that’s a good thing. Once Jackie Kennedy came for a holiday, the Amalfi coast became THE PLACE for THE ...
... the 28 columns that once stood before it - but the Tribunal that stood at the back of the Basilica can still be made out. The platform where the judges would have sat in order to separate them from the people is still visibly detectable. It was a marvellous ruin to bare witness to.
The end of the basilica leads into the Forum of Pompeii. This would have been the centre and the heart of the ancient community of Pompeii. The many functions and elements of ...
... for over an hour we finally met up with everyone, toured the Royal Palace and its opulent grandeur, made a stop at the Castell dell'Ovo (Castle of the Egg) and then trudged back to our digs in Spaccanopoli.
At this point I think Steve and I had probably walked 28 miles and were more than happy to plop on the bed for 30 minutes before we started down the dark and kind of creepy alleys looking for the world famous ...