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... so much about this ancient civilization. Frescoes can still be seen on some walls and ceilings. Beautiful mosaic floors have been restored. We thoroughly enjoyed our tour. The city of Pompei was bustling with carnivale activity. All the young children were dressed in costumes and paraded the streets. Confetti was thrown as entertainment for the kids. A much bigger city than what we got used to in ...
Lucky Fiona set her alarm to get us up. I set mine for 8.30 not 5.30 baa haa . ..., We finished with this group today. Took the train back to Rome and headed for Salerno where we caught the ferry to Amalfi ... Dam we just missed the 11.40 had to wait for the 2.10 ... Ok time for an expresso or seven lol. Jumped on the fast ferry to Amalfi wow spectacular the whole way. The wind was up so there were plenty of wind surfers out and they try and ride the waves of the ferries as they ...
... is amazing. And not to mention the ornamentations and decorations. From what we could defermine, the Cathedral in its current format was built around 1719. Oh, and did I mention the 62 steps going up from the piazza to the entrance!
Just time for another gelati and then back on the bus for the short winding trip home. The magic days just seem to continue and potentially another one tomorrow with our excursion to Capri.
Di and Pete
... where your eyes wondered we could take in all these views from our apartment.
The scenery inspired Georgia to spend hours sketching the landscape, while Emme and Mia happily filled in their travel journal.......amazing how Italy brings out the artist and writers in us all.
We decided to head to Ravello for a quick visit, caught the local bus. We have so much admiration for those bus drivers, the narrow winding roads often only left centimetres between ...
... conductors came by and put a bottle of water on everyone's bunk, there were of course pillows and sheets for each one, there was a free toothbrush, and taffy as well. I felt like we were in first class!
Stayed up talking for a couple of hours. Tried lemoncello. I personally thought the stuff was pretty nasty, but apparently some people like it. Naples and that region are known for their lemons so we had to try something lemony. Then went to sleep.