Ischia Thermal Spa Resort
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my time up there and managed to get a few pictures when the sun did come out. You
get 2 hours to walk up, around and down again before the bus picks you up. I
got back down to the bottom with half an hr to spare, which would give me some
time to regain my breath and take in some of the view that was starting to appear.
Only thing was, I was now at the wrong side of the mountain! That vital bit of
information the guide gave about turning round at ...
... at how much vegetation and trees covered it. Also surprising were how many brave or stupid people have homes on the lower slopes - I am sure that none of them could get house and contents insurance. As you get closer you realise that there is not just one peak but two. From the car park the walk to the crater is only about 500m but is a quite steep switchback track made of crushed volcanic rock which wasn't too bad going up with a walking stick but was a bit slippery coming ...
... chocolate We ordered a nice pasta and then asked for what we thought was hot chocolate as in like coffee but what you see in the pictures is what we got.....liquid desert We won't need tea.
we are in a nice little hotel in Pompeii with neat rooms and lots of terraced garden and outdoor area. But it is too cold to enjoy outside beside we are way too tired from today's exploits
... the leap into death, but with this piece is a whole banquet of people enticing a boy, possibly the tombs occupant, to drink, have sex and enjoy himself. There is an interesting homosexual element too at the same banquet two men stare longingly into each others eyes. There are also many depictions of Nike. No reader, not the sneakers, the winged victory, a version of the goddess Athena. After the museum it was time to see the site itself and it is truly amazing. The ...
First a note from last night - we passed by Stromboli Volcano around 10:30pm so we could see the lights of the island and the red glow from the top of the volcano. It was very neat. Some of the other passengers reported seeing read flashes of eruptions of lava.
Today we are at our final port of call - Naples. We had planned to go to Pompeii with a NCL shuttle bus for the morning but it was raining and we didn't relish the idea of being rained on for 3 ...