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... to convey important info. we followed Enzo and his lollipop sign with the number of our group. There was early jostling for position as the tour party all tried to be in Enzo's heels and we quickly dropped to the rear to get some space. And it was quickly frustrating walking behind people who had just one speed - slow. The tour info. described this trip as "strenuous" but the demographic on it was old, and slow. We warmed to Enzo through the day. He was clear, calm ...
... so I didn't stay too long. On my walk I had bumped into the scot/American duo who had recommended I go to the chocolate shop gay-oldin for the best gelato. Its a shop i had found on my first day here but it was a branch that didn't sell gelato.
So, after a looooong walk back to the hostel and a refresh, I found the awesome gelato, and treated myself to THREE scoops!! (Ricotta/pear, choc/cinnamon and pistachio). I managed to stock up on a couple of essential souvenirs, ...
... really Prosecco) and red wine wasn’t sweet enough. What? Who are you people?
After lunch, thankfully we took the highway back towards Naples and Pompeii. Wow, Wow, Wow! The first stop at Pompeii was to visit a cameo shop. They have been making cameos since the 1800s. It is a beautiful craft requiring patience and skill, two things I am short on. It’s just not my style but I appreciate all the work that goes into making one ...
... We admired the grooves in the ground along the way.. which were caused by the carts and chariots that drove along the roads.
We looked at everything we could and tried to stay on track. With only a minor detour from getting lost, we made it back to the cafe. We both got lunch, as we were absolutely starving!! Surprisingly it wasn't even expensive in this cafe. It was more buffet style - but it was still yummy!!
After lunch we explored in our last ...
... 1st & 2nd centuries AD, mainly copies of Greek works from the 4th to 2nd
centuries BC & masses of frescoes, mosaics, artefacts & statues uncovered at Pompei. The numbers of them are unbelievable & apparently many of the frescoes were only done a few
years before the eruption of Vesuvius which engulfed it in 79 AD as there had been a disastrous earthquake not long before.