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... place. 2) Language People here don't speak much English, except for the touristy areas like Amalfi & Pompeii. They do try hard to help when we asked though. There was this bunch of ladies who kept laughing at themselves trying to speak English while trying to help us. I kinda could understand Italian though, it's a bit like Spanish & maybe the piano theory lessons helped :P 3) Graffiti Graffiti seems like a very big thing here, ...
... of 20,000 at the time of the Vesuvius eruption of 79 AD. About 2,000 people died, mostly slaves, and the city was buried in about 30 metres of ash to be rediscovered by soldiers in the 1800's. Hence the preservation of the city and human remains. It is regarded as the best example of Roman ruins. The weight of the ash collapsed 95% of roofs but some remain and it was interesting to walk through complete structures, including decorative carvings, from 2,000 years ...
... would be nearly as good, so we gave up and tried it out (this was probably for the better, as da Michele only serves two kinds of pizza – margherita and marinara only, which I’m pretty sure the boys would not have eaten anyhow). The pizza across the street was pretty wonderful. Michelle and I split a four cheese (Quattro formagi). It was baked in a woodburning oven, and possibly the cheesiest pizza I’ve ever eaten. The boys split one that was nearly ...
... raw chicken which had to be sent back. After lunch we wondered around town then decided to sort out the turn bus. Unfortunately there was a bus strike starting they weonky going once an hour and the crowds were huge. Lorraine then came to the rescue with the excellent idea of taking a boat trip back which she sorted out and organized. The boat trip was excellent taking us into the Positano bay then back along the coastline to ...
... height: 18px; text-align: left; ">Herculaneum was especially interesting as it is smaller and less crowded with tourists than Pompeii. Also Herculaneum was destroyed in a different way than Pompeii due to its closeness to Vesuvius, which means that some timber fittings such as door and window frames, wooden shutters etc have managed to survive, as well ...