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... m amazed by the colorful marble and painted walls that have been uncovered... We learned that when there is a lot of the color blue/teal that symbolized wealth because of the materials needed to create this color. It was neat to learn how easy it was to spot if a structure was the home of a wealthy person, merchant or slave or one of the 95 merchant stores found in the town. You could tell the stores from the set up of counters and kitchens, plus the channel across ...
We love our apartment..and off we went to the Funicular to the main area and walked for a long time to get to the historical center..ok, a few wrong turns..but eventually got to where we followed a big group getting off a tour bus..up to the Cloister of Santa Chiara. The gardens were amazing with 72 octagonal pillars(foto) amongst grape vines, wisteria, lemon and orange trees, benches and pillars covered with majolica tiles representing ...
... off, so we slept in and did some laundry on base. Michelle and I got our week passes to get onto the base and we did some laundry. We aren't allowed to go into the Nex, which is just shopping, even with Kevin there. So stupid! Kevin had rugby practice, so we went with him and Michelle and I worked out while he practiced. Where they practice is pretty cool because it's inside a dormant ...
... know how to begin to describe how disgusted we were by Naples. It wasn't just a first impression gone bad. This was constant. The dodgy-iest people we have seen the entire trip just flooded the station, and as we would soon find out, the streets as well.
We did not feel safe, straight away.
We got out of the station and we were just repulsed. Absolutely revolted.
In London, we were a bit put off by the way the garbage system works. Just piles of rubbish on ...
... balconies.I am sure I had seen that in a Sophia Loren movie!! We stopped for lunch in the piazza housing a tall column on top of which is a statue of St Dominic. The church dedicated to him also fronts the square. We dined appropriately at Cafe San Domenico having Insalata of tuna, tomatoes, greens and olives. Fresh and delicious.
After lunch we walked back towards the port passing the Castle Nuovo on the way.We stopped at the Terminal building ...