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One thing we've come to learn is that you really don't need a car when you get to the Amalfi. It cost us 20 euro a day to park it whilst staying in the town. Today we drove to Sorrento along the coast via Praino and Positano, although couldn't stop to visit as the parking is atrocious. A very scenic route, sea views all the way and houses clinging to the hillsides. We got to ...
... luckily he stopped him, they are so quick. Back on the road travelling south to Pompeii, passing the the site of the Battle of Monte Cassino in 1944, where the building was destroyed by Allied bombing, an Abbey still stands on the hill, on our way to Naples we passed the famous row of tress that mark the Apian Way, the first roman road built. We passed the picturesque Bay of Naples to Pompeii with the volcano of Vesuvius in the distance. With our local guide we walked ...
... open. The bathroom –well - guess I can move the hand towel on to the bed while I use the main towel and the layer them again. Let’s hope the toilet paper doesn’t end up in the bidet!!! The first half hour all we could hear was a couple in our group pulling their furniture around over the tiled floor. Guess all the rooms are of similar generous proportions!!
Tomorrow we start exploring the Amalfi ...
... accuracy as you could not see one pillar behind another. The Temple was 14 x 6 pillars
Apparently Greek temples go east to west . Roman go north to south. These are all Greek.
Limestone had silica added to give orange colour.
Not being Classics students we had only really heard of Pompeii before - not Paestrum. There were so few people wandering around compared to Pompeii. Not all were tourists - 2 ...
Today we left the ship and did our own whistle-stop of Sorrento, Positano and Almafi. One thing we wish is that we had more time but we are so glad we got to experience it for ourselves. I do have to say though looking back we were mental!! It's about 3 ½ hour trip and the Italians are so laid back everything is slow... Thankfully we made it!! We took the train from Naples to Sorrento and then a bus through Positano to Almafi. The bus is not for the ...