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... bodies, and recreate models of them, depicting the clothes they were wearing and their facial expressions at the instant Pompeii was covered in ash and rubble.
To try and cover the parts of this huge city we hadn't yet seen, we spent a half day on the hop-on-hop-off buses and the afternoon in the National Archaeological Museum where the best of ...
... button just to be let in the building instead of standing on the street. We dragged our stuff up four flights of stairs and started knocking on the door of the B&B while still calling the numbers we had been given but there was still no answer. So far The start to our Italy trip was not a good one. The neighbours of the B&B arrived home and gave us a number to call but they didn't speak much English. They knocked and still no answer. So we made the decision to see if the ...
... the royal family as a recreation area, so they were able to enjoy the out side and not have to people to contend with. Fantastic place now open to the public all year round. After here I hop in the bus and just enjoy the sights. When I finish I head back to the hostel for a while. Barbara and I head out around 9 for dinner and a drink. €1 beers sounds good to me. Getting home a bit after midnight and fall into ...
... three of us went walking into Fusaro a small town near us that is not the route we generally take. We went to a park thee that had a beautiful octagonal building built over the water. This house is called Pinocchio's House because they filmed a Pinnochio movie there. It was built by VanVitelli for a Bourbon king as a fishing lodge. Got quite a few nice photo shots in today with the pretty water, house and my new ...
... too materialistic. We saw a huge old scene outside a church. Interestingly, in these presepes the birthplace of Jesus is shown with broken Roman columns signifying the breakdown of old religion and the birth of a new one. The also always contain a tavern withh people eating and drinking to show celebration for the birth.
The final intriguing and awe inspiring stop on our Napoli tour was the Sansevero Chapel. More on that next time.