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... amazing sound-proof windows here (except when you are sleeping directly above a club with building-vibrating bass). You can be on a busy street, close the window and hardly hear a peep. For a light sleeper it is complete heaven. My last few days in Naples were a whirlwind of coastal visits. One day was spent in Pompeii and then back in Naples to the National Archaeological Museum to see the items that had been excavated. Luckily it was heritage day ...
... I guess it is an acquired taste. This place has shades of Monte Carlo but the wealthy visitors are apparently more incognito. At 1:20 PM our bus was heading for Pompeii.
A once thriving commercial port of 20,000, Pompeii (founded 600 BC) grew from Greek and Etruscan roots to become an important Roman city. Then on August 24, 79 AD, everything changed. Mount Vesuvius erupted and began to bury the city under 30 feet of hot volcanic ash. The citizens ...
... local taxis. We walked the hill from the station once without luggage, and that was enough! Now you know we are not whimps after some climbs we have done, but with bags it would be too much.
We went to Herculaneum one of the days in this area. It was another victim to Vescuvius like Pompeii, but it was covered with boiling mud.
It was a great excursion.
Peter opted to join a small group with a guide. He was just super and ...
... were on base and all starving, so if he's going to be stupid than we were going to eat. We get in line for food and Michelle asks what currency we need to use and of course the guys that start telling us are commanding officers. Glad the first people we end up talking to were high up the chain lol. Kevin went back to jump the guy's car and Michelle and I hopped on the bus to head to Ischia. It's an island off the coast of Napoli that is famous for their thermal baths and ...
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
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