Dolcesonno panoramic terrace
Travel Blogs from Naples
... up and down the streets of Naples, so I have just about managed to upload some photos and am now heading for the bar to be sociable and then get some kip in preparation for which will be a long day and night ahead with probably very little sleep. Nighty night, all.
... walking to go. Puffing and panting we arrived at the top some 20 minutes later. The views from the top of Vesuvius were spectacular of Naples and environs. The views of the monstrous hole in the cone were awesome. Steam was seeping from one side of the vertical cone wall of this sleeping giant. After taking in the views and catching our breath, we completed the much easier descent to the parking lot where we met Sergio. Next, ...
... a boat recovered from the ancient marina in 1982. There are exceptional mosaics and frescoes still inside many of the structures. There were thermal baths, gyms, and 'lockers' for the people to leave their possessions while in the baths. We saw an underground sewer system in place, pipes made from lead to carry the water, air vents, and drainage pipes from the roof to carry the water down below the floors. We were in awe of the ingenious ways ...
... Sorrento"??? That's Amore by Dean Martin Thrusting off the berth and passing through the breakwater, our pilot was disembarked at 19:20. Courses were then set to the south, leaving the beautiful Sorrento Peninsula on our port side. We then passed through "Boccaccio Piccola", the strait between Punta Campanella,(the south tip of the Gulf of Naples) and the beautiful island of Capri, before turning to the south-eat towards the Messina ...
The bar serveries because Not custom to lunch st home - called thermopolium
Learned about different building materials and structures
Got to end - walked through ancient shoreline
Beach used to be there
Exit! Wow what a visit
To train station