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What an amazing day we had at Pompeii today. We got up at 5.30 am and got a cab to Termini train station where we caught the Frecciarosso high speed train to Naples. It took I hour and 10 minutes to get to Naples and was such a fantastic train trip. From our train windows, we could see fortified stone towns perched on mountaintops and beautiful old …
Today was a very interesting day. One we will never forget. We took a train to pompeii. Naples is a very strange place. It feels like I'm in a really dodgy neighbourhood in America yet we are in Italy! There are strange people everywhere. The place is dirty and disgusting. When people make comments about Naples being dirty that is a complete …
... and eating at all its stores, restaurants and its other tourists activities. Dozens of trains, planes and ferries arrive each day from other parts of Europe bringing thousands of tourist and business travelers to the City. In fact, Naples has a yearly GDP of $43 billion which surpasses cities like Zurich and Budapest with easy. Check this out: Naples is the world's 91st richest city in the world, but you don't see where the money goes ...
... tesserae) that was used for this incredible work of art, were no bigger than match heads. Absolutely mind- boggling. I think these will only be beaten by what we will see in The Roman Villa at Piazza Armerina in Sicily - but who knows? The next exhibition we saw was the retrieved painted stucco walls from villas from Pompeii and Herculaneum. We have visited Pompeii and Herculaneum a couple of times and have seen traces of stucco left on ...
... when we got on to the island. Al is now famous on Capri for his swimming prowess. We all took the bus to the tip of the island where there was a litlle inlet and some platforms for beaching and a ladded into a very wavy sea for the more adventurous. Al showed a few of the Italians how to time the waves in order to climb back up the ladder out of the sea.
While Al was swimming and the others were enjoying the sun, Nina and I went ...