Hotel Hermitage & Park Terme
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I left Maria's today and trundled my case to the train station. Train into Napoli (2.20 euro about). On just about every train down here there are musicians (mostly gypsys) who play a bit then come round for a tip. You either give one or you don't. I have some and others not, depending on the change in my pocket. Got a taxi from train station to the port. I told him I wanted the fixed price and he said do you ...
... our tickets, and then managed to find a relatively cheap guide (as part of a bigger group) and we set off into the city - with a perfectly timed pause under the large arch at the Porta Marina to wait for the rain to pass!
I won't stress you with all of the details, but it really is an amazing city! Such size for something that remained underground for so long and was only accidentally stumbled upon in the 18th century! ...
... which served $12 beers. As beautiful as Capri is, it certainly isn't cheap! We then caught the funicular (a train/cable car type thing) back down the mountain before having a quick lie on the pebbled beach and catching the ferry back to Sorrento.
We then drove to Positano for a quick visit which meant a drive along the Amalfi Coast. Again the scenery was breathtaking as we drove along the cliff face. Another beautiful place, apparently Keith Urban has a place ...
Since my last update I have been travelling south through Italy. However just before leaving Portugal I was taken ill and it's only now, 2 weeks later that I am finally feeling better. Without going into too much detail I had a urine infection which then turned into a kidney infection. I found it impossible to get the pharmacy to give me any antibiotics and instead I was given herbal tablets. I took those for a ...
... travelled at about over 1000km/h!
Both Herculaneum and Pompeii were totally buried.
The force of the eruption totally obliterated the taller Mount Soma, and now only Mount Vesuvius remains.
In 1738 (some 1700 years later) the inhabitants of a 'new' town that had constructed their town directly over the top of the original Herculaneum, began to dig for a Well.
They struck the ruins of the ancient city ...