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... board to list our platform and then rolled there. Once there beside the train we couldn't work out how to locate our carriage number as no numbers were apparent. Sooooo- I asked a man walking along the platform... and that was a mistake. First he tried to get us to go down a staircase to somewhere else which we resisted then he and another stranger said it was the wrong train. We ended up back at a departure board which after much discussion didn't list a ...
... I found were a small house just outside the city walls, housing some beautiful, well preserved frescoes; a house containing a fresco of Priapus, god of fertility, very obviously weighing his, ah… fertility; and a courtyard with several rather gruesome casts of ash victims, hands still raised in the position in which they died (the teeth and skull of one is still visible, preserved beneath the ash). While wandering around I met more Australians than I’d met anywhere ...
... was breathtaking and seeing Mt Vesuvius in the background of the city was even cooler, that this volcano could be so pretty but so lethal was such a juxtaposition, and while it was so unfortunate that the city had to be lost it was so fortunate that it could be preserved so well. Brilliant experience! Sadly however we missed out on seeing an ancient Brothel! We only heard of its existence after talking to other travelers but apparently there is still remains of ...
... theaterical Pulcinella face; if given by someone else it brings good fortune to the recipient. I never knew the impish masked figure of theater originated right here in Napoli.
We walked through Piazza Dante, paying our respects to Italy's literary version of our Mark Twain, England's Shakespeare or Scotland's Walter Scott. We passed through Port D'Alba to Via Pessina and ate at one of Napoli's ...
... s true Aaron, no matter what the time frame, it’s always better to sit down and hash out ones differences. Try to find solutions to those issues. We can all have differences of opinions, but it doesn’t mean we can’t sit down and talk about it.
“No Connor, you can’t drive back to the airport.” “You think we should talk about it?” 'OK” “Gotta go, time to sort out some differences.”