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... the rolling stock being so old and dirty, it gave train travel (which I am a big fan) a very bad reputation. Jumped off at the last minute at the station Pompeii, then taken by a mad day tripper / taxi driver to our lodgings in central or new Pompeii, we were in fact at the station called Old Pompeii. On the way he set about telling us that me, the boss man was stupido as he tooted his horn all the way into the main town. All in all a bit of fun, at least for my fellow travellers. ...
... for a guided tour but instead I took the train, grabbed a map and an audio guide for 6 euros. Good move.
I spent at least 4 hours exploring these incredible ruins. I felt like an archeologist roaming around seeking out hints of ancient life and civilization. Lots of the buildings and artifacts have been well preserved due to the thick layer of ash that covered the city. When you peer out towards Vesuvius you ...
... 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 ...
... but they were really interesting to see. Apparently they were made by pouring plaster in a cavity that was created by the decomposed bodies. If you looked up close on one of them you could see the toe bones. That might sound gruesome but it isn't in real life. After the sauna we got to check out the ground floor of one of the brothels. There were about 5 little rooms, think the size of a small bathroom, and at the entrance of each room, above the doorway, was a ...
Luke's thoughts on Pompeii.
Pompeii is a Roman city that was covered in ash in 79AD when Mt Vesuvius erupted. It was very interesting and we even saw plaster casts of some people. Pompeii was grande (big). We saw laundries,bakeries and taverns (bar). The taverns had holes in the table (which was L shaped) for serving food.
There were funny things like pedestrian crossings but they were stones elevated above the level of the road. We ...