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... Bern had bought a commemorative medal made for the 500th anniversary of the Swiss guards protecting the Pope at the Vatican. There were only 5000 of these made, so it is very special :). I have included a picture of this in this post. Driving south we saw the Abbey of St Benedict and further south we saw Mt Vesuvius in the distance before turning off the motorway and winding our way down to the Bay of Naples. Gorgeous ...
... So at 2.30 we boarded a tram bus driven by a fantastic women driver and headed out on the open road to Vesuvius. It stopped 1000 metres from the top and Morris and I walked right up to the top, it was very steep and very hard as I was wearing thongs, but we did it I was so excited when we got to the top and could see into the sleeping crater that I forgot the time difference to Melbourne and rang Simone 12.45 am sorry darling So after ...
... Vesuvius in 79 AD. The city planning by the Romans was quite extraordinary given that it was 2000 years ago. People lived in apartments with their shop below. The streets were designed to flush dirt and sewage naturally and street signs were similar to Europe today. Back in the city recommended is touring the Naples main shopping street (very high end) and it should be noted that Naples has the best ice-cream in Europe. Visit Pompeii = ...
... the window, etc, etc. Funnily enough we felt entirely safe with him. He was full of stories and opinions and was great company.
Alessandro deposited us in the very capable hands of Marcello, our guide, who showed us some of the highlights of Pompeii and blended them with stories of everyday life in Roman times - their system of water collection, road construction, markets, street eateries and of course, the Roman brothel! He was extremely ...
... but they were really interesting to see. Apparently they were made by pouring plaster in a cavity that was created by the decomposed bodies. If you looked up close on one of them you could see the toe bones. That might sound gruesome but it isn't in real life. After the sauna we got to check out the ground floor of one of the brothels. There were about 5 little rooms, think the size of a small bathroom, and at the entrance of each room, above the doorway, was a ...