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... on his own and goes part way. When he returns he asks about the next part. I think he can manage it but only he will know, so we both go down together. After a couple of tries he is successful. We wonder around up and down little streets, gazing at all the beautiful clothing and shoe shops. It is so nice here This morning I woke early, eager to sit on the Terrace with a coffee and watch the sun come up over the mountain. Some of the small boats are heading out to ...
... a much smaller fridge, and the wifi was out repeatedly so I had to go down to the lobby to use the wifi until it gave out there as well, and the hair-dryer exploded when Marlena tried to use it. Yes, exploded. Black smoke and everything.
Oh and we couldn't get to the car without asking at the front-desk to open the garage for us.
The city itself was much like what we had seen of Napoli. Ugly and dirty.
Oh my heavens! This is what all the fuss was about! I knew Italy was beautiful but this was something else! Around every corner we drove the view was more and more magnificent. I was absolutely blown away by the scenery. Every little house on a hill or restaurant perched around a corner with the flowers growing everywhere. Sigh. So amazing. I wanted to stop at each one and walk around. And the weather; couldn't ask for more ...
... metro line, and made it to the hostel (which was basically on top of the metro station). Lesson learned-- no more Naples after dark.
By this point it was pretty late, so we showered and got ready for bed. There was a girl from Kansas City (Amy) also staying in the hostel, so we talked to her for a while and made plans to check out Pompeii together the next morning. New friends everywhere, yay! We all woke up early ...
... Pompeii, which was destroyed my Mt Vesuvius.
Mt Vesuvius is the only active volcano on the mainland of Europe. The most recent eruption was in 1944, but the mother of all eruptions was in 79 A.D., when it dumped nearly 30 ft of ash and volcanic rock on top of Pompeii. Needless to say, the city was wiped out.
We took a bus up and it dropped us off about 2000 feet from the top. Once we climbed ...