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... with charming view of the little colorful boats. Walking around town, you see the beautiful Mediterranean plants, huge blooming rosemary & lavenders, angel trumpets. It was wonderful looking down the slope To see the grape vines growing on hand hewn tree limbs, sometimes in circular patterns. After taking the ferry back we boarded the tour bus and headed back towards our hotel. On the way back ...
Up with the sparrows this morning to go to Sorrento via Naples and Pompeii. We got to the train station with an hour to spare and filled in the time watching the gypsies work. It was all girls this time (that we saw) offering to help then demanding payment. We had a carriage that was only half full so could spread out a bit. The train got up to more than 300 km/hr and there were lots of mountains to be seen on the way. When we got to Naples train station, we were quickly ...
... lead piping in owns it deposited a calcite layer on the interior of the pipes. New pipes leached lead into the water, old piping was quite safe.
Next Alessandro dropped us at Villa di Poppaea, another excavated seaside villa which was buried with ash (reputed to belong to Emperor Nero's 2nd wife). It has a massive swimming pool 60 metres long x 17 metres wide, and lots of entertainment areas with frescoes and mosaic floors in ...
... that as walking shoppers we were forced into stores by cars passing us so close that we had to duck into shop doorways.
After two hours, we reversed directions, back to our hotel, a late dinner and much needed sleep.
Finally, trying to write this blog is difficult because of our long, tiring days, and being plagued with
spotty internet service
... and get on the road. We start to do that and a car comes right around the corner getting off, which we almost run into and it turns out to be a cop. Luckily we weren't in the United States where they would pull you over right away. You could see him checking the plates and since Kevin's plates don't pop up right away because they're military issued, he let us go and we didn't get pulled over. Phew close ...