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... fairly expensive. We had lunch down one of the side streets & it was good & later a coffee & ice cream. There was an amazing cathedral in the center of town. By the way we found the hotel we thought we booked & it looks like it is being used as a rental. Anyway the one we have looks better. Then it was back to the hotel for a swim in the Mediterranean Sea & ...
... nerv racking- take the train!Poor David driving in the organised caos that is Romes streets. He did so well under pressure, there is absolutely not time to hesitate and if you miss your turn you simply have to try to get back to where you need to be as best you can. We had a struggle to find our way out of Rome itself but when we did it was OK. Took a few wrong turns along the way but eventually ...
... frames. Shop fronts, and homes with frescoes were perfectly preserved. Most of the people did not burn alive but rather asphyxiated on the noxious gasses coming from Vesuvius. I know its a bit seedy but the funniest point on the tour was when the guide took us into "downtown" Pompeii and walked us through a brothel. Because Pompeii was a sea port many of its visitors could not speak the local language. So the sailors would order off "the menu" a series of frescoes painted above ...
... something it has only been fish. The fish in the Campagna region is THE BEST. See photo of the grilled octopus (iovra) mussels (cozza), clams (vongole) and anchovies (acciughe) that I had that was truly amazing. I don't think I have ever eaten anchovies like this before. They were sliced in half, had lots of lemon and I don't know what else, but they were truly delicioso! This and some salad, perfecto! I ...
... 1.5 million people. The port is the 2nd most important in the country, Genoa being the busiest. Despite the size of the port it was really a nice place to dock because cruise ships were in one area, right off the central area of town, and the cargo area was further up the shore. Livorno was like pulling into the major industrial dock area.
We didn't book a tour today since Rome was so busy and because the adventure I had in ...