Orsini 46 B&B
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Up at 6am again for another full day. Naples is the birthplace of Pizza & home of Gelato. Highlights today ... Went to Capri - this is where a lot of the movie stars go on holiday. Very expensive place, but beautiful views from the top. Saw some gorgeous shoes. But the price tag was a bit above my budget - 500 euros. No thanks! It took an hour by boat ride (from Naples). Longest boat ride of my life- Quite bumpy, was ...
Naples is a very filthy city. The people here treat the streets like a garbage tip! We thought Paris was dirty....Paris has nothing on the state of this place.
In light of that, the nice parts of Naples were actually quite enjoyable.
We spent time walking through the most amazing old town where the streets were narrow and lined with local stalls and shops selling christmas decorations and goodies. The Italian traditional christmas includes festive/religious scenes made ...
... us to try some veggiemite that they had brought. Never again, thank you. It tasted like concentrated soy sauce and barley. I'm glad I tried it, but never again. John seemed to like it though, surprise. We are getting ready for our day tomorrow. I just want to go to bed though.
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... and even the outline of clothing!! These casts were on display around the city and were so amazingly preserved. One was of man who was crouching down beside his donkey, who was also found, others had people covering their faces and lying down and more were simply of people who had been asleep. An absolutely amazing sight to witness!
Visiting Pompeii was like stepping back into time and really walking through an ancient Roman village! ...
... saw the remains of the forum, public baths, the bordellas, and public shops surrounding the amphitheater and public meeting areas. But the most impressionable memories I have were seeing the casts of the people who were struck down. One was a pregnant woman lying on her side. The city was buried in 25 meters of ash for hundreds of years. It wouldn't be until the mid-18th century that organized excavations began.
As we finished our tour of Pompeii we said ...