Studio83 B&B Pompei
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... at Amalfi just in time for Gelati we made our way back to Pompeii over the hills, dodging goat herders and Lemoncello salesmen along the way. It was an amazing day all round, leaving us once again very tuckered out.
Using the full 24 hours of my new favorite mode of transport (sorry Harold) we attempted to squeeze in Mt Vesuvius before leaving. On arrival it appeared it would cost 22 euros each for the pleasure of getting to the top, with a mandatory tourist bus ...
... to go. It was very chilly and photographic evidence shows us all rather well rugged up. After a typical Italian lunch of pasta and calzone, we boarded our chariot back to Positano again which took us exactly 40 winks. Planning another dinner out tonight before heading to Amalfi and Ravello tomorrow. It's a tough life, but someone has to do it! Cheers PS. I hope at least someone spotted the deliberate misinformation above. (Just to make you think) ...
... these erotic artifacts that were at one time considered to be absolutely inappropriate to be displayed to the public and were therefore locked away. After the initial shock regarding the imagery wore off, it was really quite interesting to see the different ways that this art was used throughout the city. One of the obvious places where many of the frescos came from was the brothels frequented by the sailors who would visit the busy port city. Also we learned that ...
... openly with clothes and more private hot and cold baths for those who bathed naked.
We then saw a huge number of contemporary artefacts and objects as well as some of the mummified bodies in their rigormortis positions. We looked at the forum and the ruins of the Apollo temple in clear sight of Vesuvius, whose presence hung silent in the heat of the day.
It was a long walk back to our transport in the hot midday sun and we were swept back to Naples. We had ...
... 2000 years ago. It was only discovered 200 years ago by a French gentlemen. They still continue to discover more of Pompeii each day and try to protect and maintain what has already been found for generations to come. Amazing to believe what was once a city of 20,000 people over an area of 60 hectares. Theses people where smaller build than most today and lived in buildings made of rock formed in amazing detail which showed remnants ...