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... artwork and paintings still remained. At the start was a gladiator training area and a cool Auditorium that used to be all made of marble and is still used for concerts today. We next went and had a look around at the old roads and you could see the old carriage wheel marks in the old tiles and we saw an ancient Mc Donald's. There was even pedestrian crossing back then as well after ...
... centre to do some more exploring. Of course we had ice cream and then continued on our never ending search for the local play ground. Playgrounds are hard to come by in southern Italy. We checked out a few green spots on the map to see if they were parks with playgrounds. This took us up mountains, round castles and down through lush gardens. No playground but we were pretty tired by the time we headed back to the flat for a quick bite, pick up our bags and ...
... growth look beard. Sooooo Roman!
Snogging their girlfriends in these passionate embraces all over the place. Ewwwwww
Mama told us we have to eat pizza in Napoli as that is where pizza came from. Found this place over 100 years old and did have the best margarita pizza ever.
Went to the museum to see the original Pompeii frescos which I wanted to see last time, CLOSED on a Tuesday. Bugger.
Beautiful Napoli, or another day another volcano, this time it is Vesuvius. We spent a few weeks in this area travelling around the Amalfi coast and also taking in Sorrento, Pompeii, and Herculaneum, but we didn't spend a lot of time in Naples itself so we are looking forward to getting to know this city better. The weather is warm and sunny, but the low cloud is completely obscuring amount Vesuvius which is a dreadful shame. The ship is moored downtown opposite the castle and ...
... glass and ceramic that survived in addition to the clay, marble, and stone. We had been told that a visit to this museum before going to see Pompeii would enhance our visit as few artifacts are displayed at the Pompeii excavation site.
They had stunningly beautiful Pompeii mosaics that were created from such small bits of glass, they appeared to be painted. The excavations also recovered painted murals that still retained their vivid ...