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Our plan was to skirt Naples and take the coast road north in the direction of Rome. As soon as we got off the freeway near the coast, the road deteriorated into a teeth rattling mess. Town after town we passed through was dirty, depressed and ugly. We set Mabel on a seaside park for a lunch stop, which turned out to be down a squalid lane which …
... was a bigger one called the Circo MASSIMO which fitted 250,000 for races -now just a flat field down the road. The ruins of the Roman Forum (the most lavish and important admin buildings of the Empire) and the Palatine Hill (ruins of mansions) certainly evoke Rome's old glories/downfall, and stuff. Get back to hostel, meet Sonya who's first word as I come through the door is "oh". Hi to you too. Thought she was in a women-only dorm. Wrong, pal.
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... drawn during mythical times and modern times, another hall dedicated to astrology and how the Gregorian calendar was created, and the hall of tapestries which I personally found to be the most magnificent of all. Of special significance was the tapestry of the resurrection of Christ, a work spanning just under 20 yards and hundreds of years old. Each hall embellished with marble designs, granite and stone, plaster and paint used to depict stories from the Bible or ...
... last stop before the beautiful five coastal towns referred to as Cinque Terre). It arrived free of complications in the Levanto train terminal at 11:20. We jumped off and headed to our next campground. With a bit of time, we found the campground. It sat on the side of the mountain much like the rest of the town. We rang the bell at the gate and waited. Minutes later, a man yelled from a house adjacent the gate, 'No open!'
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Traditional stories handed down by the ancient Romans themselves explain the earliest history of their city in terms of legend and myth. The most familiar of these myths, and perhaps the most famous of all ...