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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 …
... m amazed by the colorful marble and painted walls that have been uncovered... We learned that when there is a lot of the color blue/teal that symbolized wealth because of the materials needed to create this color. It was neat to learn how easy it was to spot if a structure was the home of a wealthy person, merchant or slave or one of the 95 merchant stores found in the town. You could tell the stores from the set up of counters and kitchens, plus the channel across ...
... and scenes of daily life in the fields. The porticos around the garden were frescoed from the arched ceilings all the way down the walls. Inside one of the doors was a Presepio/Nativity scene that was huge. (foto) . After this we proceeded down Via Tribunale, a busy narrow street filled with shops and food stands of every kind..next stop up the street was Cappella Sansevero where the famous statue of the 'Veiled Christ' is. In 1753 ...
... before returning to the bus. Once everyone was back on the bus, we drove back along the Amalfi Coast to Sorrento. Again, I took way too many pictures of the coast. What can I say? It was about a half hour drive to Sorrento from Positano. Upon arrival we were taken to an inlaid wood factory for a demonstration. The demonstration was interesting, but the products they were selling were incredibly expensive. It cost $150 Euros for a single placemat or 25 Euros for a single ...