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... streets, baths, etc. We were amazed at the craftsmanship of these people with intricate mosaics and frescoes. After our tour/walk (more walking) we ate at a nearby restaurant where we finally got a pizza. We ate outside under the largest wisteria vine I have ever seen. It's trunk was probably 1.5 ft wide. Taylor decided he would like to try to drive to the beach so we drove 20 minutes almost to Salerno. It's a ...
... little help from people who don't speak English, we managed to find the place. We still got lost though! We had to turn around and around to finally get to the spot where the hotel is located. But here we are! And, this place feels brand new! The energy efficiency of these places blows us away! There is no electricity going to your room until you slip your room card into the wall near the door. We sat down to a GREAT Italian dinner in the ...
... again, but currently no magma has been detected within 10 kilometres of the surface.
An hour and 40 minutes after originally leaving the car park we met our group there again. The bus was late and one couple in particular was obviously annoyed. A half hour later they were propositioning other tour companies to take them of the volcano. When our bus and guide finally arrived the couple was irate to learn about the surprise wine tasting. When the rest of the ...
Wow what a day. We were collected from our hotel where we joined a group of about 50 others. The coach took us on about a 4 hour drive along what they call the highway to the sun. It was so nice to get out of the fumes of the city and see the country side. It appears that most people live in houses in the countryside that are 2 to 3 stories high, where in the city you will see high rise apartment by the Thousands. The soil is very fertile here and it shows in the greenery and ...
... moment of despair can be seen on their faces as well as positions taken as the volcano’s ashes buried them alive.
Interestingly, Pompeii was lost for nearly 1700 years before its rediscovery in 1748 and that this UNESCO World Heritage Site is today one of the most popular tourist attractions of Italy.
With a local guide, we walked through many cobblestone ...
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