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... to be explored, although Italy seems to like to keep them a secret by not using many signposts to show you the way. However, Vesuvius is easier to find as it dominates the land. So climbing Vesuvius, arguably the most famous volcano and peering into its crater before exploring the lava destroyed Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum makes for a fascinating few days. It was still a ...
... It is very easy to see the way the inhabitants organised their lives around an open centre area which allowed the rainwater to collect, provided different chambers for the occupants, both a winter and a summer dining area and places designated for the family gods.
There were shops set up to sell hot food, and the terracotta containers where still there set into the bench tops (finished off with marble and not ...
... a sculpture garden, and a good theater with cultural events. Sites to see: 1). Arco di Traiano (Trajan's Arch) Via Traiano, Benevento, Italy 2). Chiesa di Santa Sofia Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, 82100 Benevento, Italy +39 0824 21206 3)Teatro romano di Benevento Piazza Ponzio Telesino, 82037 Benevento, Italy 089 252075 4) Museo del Sannio email@example.com Tel. +39 0824 21818 Opening: Tu-Sun 9,00-19,00 The museum was ...
... some of the roman amphitheatre that was discovered in the surrounding areas. Most of it had been built on top of, and therefor, can't be excavated ( too many families to evict, plus the structures built on top of it actually support the walls of it). After our tour, we headed down the street to find Antica Pizzeria. Let me tell you, Naples is not on our list of places we would go back to. The streets were filled with garbage, and the buildings were super graffitied. The whole ...
... was right by the train station so that was great. Abbe was so excited because she has wanted to go here since she learned about it in grade school. She can't even believe she had the opportunity to see it! Walking up to the Forum was awesome and seeing Mount Vesuvius to your left. It was so crazy to think this was all buried under 30 feet of volcanic ash since 79 AD. They are still excavating parts of it today! There were ...