Studio83 B&B Pompei
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... the gelato itself tasted almost like a white chocolate pistachio combination, it was super creamy and had a very intense flavor. Luckily we were assured this was our last actual food stop on the tour, and since there’s always room for ice cream we managed to get by (just barely though).
We ended our tour at the huge Piazza Plebiscito which was originally built to honor Napoleon but since Napoleon was sent into exile before it could be completed it was ...
... by the hot ash. Stairways to second levels could still seen in those homes and businesses where rock was used for the stairs. The use of lead plumbing which was a real problem, caused many people to fall sick and die from lead poisoning. We saw the actual lead pipes which carried water to the expensive homes of the elite class. The joints connected by molten lead. We were very disappointed in only seeing two plaster filled bodies. Phil and I ...
... work as very thing from France and Italy hasn't so maybe the yanks drugs will work. I will be offline until after the cruise (no free internet on board) about 4 days so until then ya sou. The most funniest thing on board so far was when I was on the top open deck and I went to throw the rest of my drink overboard but the wind caught it and blew it straight back into the face of the deck hand standing there, I laughed so hard but he was not amused as he wiped the lemonade off his ...
... what a place! We found an amazing tour guide whom we just loved. He was an old Italian guy named Hector who introduced himself to us and said he hoped none of us was named Achilles. I knew I was going to like him right then! He was an absolutely bottomless well of knowledge about the city and took us all around the place for several hours. It’s just unbelievable to see an entire city just exactly as it was nearly ...
... creamier that anything we have ever tasted. To follow the ice cream we got a ricotta filled flaky pastry called sfogliatelle. The ricotta tasted just like the cheese cakes my Italian grandma would make. To end our tour we got an official margarita pizza. We watched the man make it and bake it. It was so good and fresh. Now my pants don't fit again.
We are trying to plan the next few days of our trip but things that are close by ...