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We woke up, the sun was shining and we were ready to tackle the archeological remains of the Bay of Naples. Today was our day to see The Villa of Oplontis, Herculaneum and the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. This would mark our first steps in exploring what is called a 'disaster site', due to the 62 AD earthquakes and the eruption of Mt. …
Today was the day where we were going to see one of the greatest wonders of the modern world, the archaeological ruins of Pompeii. The city itself was once a major trading hub in Italy and was connected to the rest of the world by shipping and land cargo routes. Although not a city that could rival Rome in size, it was a major city in the region, …
Today is what i'd like to call a 'rest day', which was thoroughly reinforced by the weather. We woke up in the morning to an early breakfast and made sure all our bags were packed for a day of travel to Vico Equense.
We hopped on the bus at 9:15 in order to drive south, down the 'boot' into Vico Equense, a town nestled on the Bay of Naples …
... out through the window. What a lovely way ...
... euros and vow to return and spend more time. Finally, they left the bus to walk to the Spanish Steps, take in the view and stagger back via the grounds of the Villa Borghese, eternally grateful for the short experience.
Camping Solfatara - Ottobre 15th a 17th.
We head south to an active volcano appropriately named Solfatara just north of Napoli. As we set up camp, Signora, nose in the air, stares accusingly at Signor e me. The sulphurous ...