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... You can walk along the original roads and see the grooves in the road where the carriages would travel through. It's amazing all the little things that the archeologists pick up on to work out what certain buildings were made for and what certain marks on the the stones etc mean. You can also see the original plumbing systems and everything. It's so fascinating and ...
I have gone to see a volcano for my 1 time!it was great.we saw the volcano in the background and the ruins of Pompeii.it was an important trading town.we went to the colosseum the next day and the Rome forum which were the ruins of the old civilisation.it was amazing.we also went to the piazza Navona every night and watched the ...
... a snooze I decided I wanted Japanese so Kevin found one near the station and we headed over in the heat. Well it was pretty good, for 20€ each we could have anything at all off the menu which was lengthy!! So we got ordering : squid two ways,grilled prawns, seafood stir fry,salmon sushi.........you get the picture, we ordered about 12 dishes and really nice on a hot day!! So nice to avoid the Rome fare!! From Robyn in ...
... was quite a bit of cloud cover so we couldn't see Naples or Pompeii from the top which spoilt it a little but you would have to expect that at such a high altitude. So many people and nationalities around us and all ages too. You can actually walk the whole way around Mt Vesuvius but as we only had an hour and a half we were a little pushed for time.
All around the top of the crater are these little white boxes which monitor Vesuvius 24 hours a day by a team ...
... affords a grand view of the cathedral. The best of the Etruscan vases and bronzes are on the top floor, where you'll also find a WC and free coffee. Look out the windows at the Duomo's glittering facade. *Museo Emilo Greco is a museum displaying the work of Emilio Greco (1913-1995), the Sicilian artist who designed the modern doors of Orvieto's cathedral. His sketches and bronze statues show his absorption with gently twisting and turning nudes. Greco's sketchy ...