Studio83 B&B Pompei
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I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... uncovered and excavated. Today has been a big day and after wandering around for a solid couple of hours, we were both ready for home. We caught the train back to Sorrento. From the local supermarket we purchased some Presecco (Italian Sparkling WIne) and some nibbles before heading back to our hotel for pre dinner drinks. We again enjoyed dinner at our hotel but promised ourselves we would venture into Sorrento for dinner on our last night. This has been a most enjoyable ...
... It's an Italian boat which is apparently more organised than the Greek shipping companies. Once we'd found our cabin it was up in deck awaiting our departure. The place became very busy as a lot of passengers don't have cabins. Soon the floors are covered in people bedding any space is soon taken. Dinner was a huge,7 entree a large meal in itself then a case of dodging the bodies to find my way back to my cabin. Oh and horror of horror no toilet paper down the toilet ...
... is busy with many other bus loads of people arriving and the car park is an intense game of chess working buses and cars through. The walk to the summit is approx 30 minutes and the sights of Naples and the bay below is beautiful, although a little hazy from cloud cover. It's not particularly hot today and a nice breeze blows up the mountain, making the steep walk somewhat easier. The crater is surprisingly quiet for the ...
... that we were allowed to see, so it wasn't as emotional as the concentration camp we went to. The amazing thing about Pompeii is the you can see how life was down to the foods their ate. There was still bread in the ovens when it was uncovered and it was left relatively intact when discovered a few hundred years ago. Much like many archeological finds, there were those who stole the valuables over the years, but you can still ...
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