Hotel Domus Flegrea
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... walked behind my back I was scared that she was just standing there but I didn't want to turn around and find out. We finally got on the right train and headed to Pompeii. I didn't see much when I got there and it looked like and ordinary city but when we went and saw the ruins I was amazed I was expecting piles of ancient ash covering lots of body's but it was all dug out and some ...
... cleaning octopus was until we saw the guy basically rip their brains out with his bare hands. Kids thought it was terrific. Checked out the fort. Got caught in a rain shower and had a picnic lunch of last night's pizza and carrot sticks under the shelter of a slippery dip in a kids playground. We stayed dry though, and got lunch out of the way. Afterwards, we caught one of the many funicular railways around Napoli up to a subway station and headed back into ...
... train to Naples the next day. We were going to drive, but Rosaria wouldn't let us. She advised us on the train and we were glad of it too. Wow .
Being in Naples was Like being in a washing machine on spin cycle. Very poor plus very bling. Beggars, Gypsies, beautifully groomed people doing nothing and going nowhere. The young men have shaped eyebrows, longer hair on top and very short on the sides blending into a ...
... the definition I used at the beginning of my blog for us of Wayfarer was a good fit...
Wayfarer; a traveler, especially on foot.
Next stop, Des Moines Iowa. Look at the last photo. We found a book store in Catania Sicily and did some research. We have help from an Italian version of Lonely Planet travel guide to go, see and do the town!
And of course we are already planning our 2016 adventure. We can't wait to be Wayfarers ...
... Wednesday, Sept 25
Today was dedicated to the National Archaeological Museum where many artifacts that were recovered from Pompeii are exhibited. Pompeii was covered with ash and lava in 79AD and the artifacts remained buried until the mid-1700s and were slowly excavated over the next two centuries. We rented English language audio guides that helped us understand the exhibits as all signage was in Italian. We were amazed to see such ...