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... to the top Mt Vesuvius. We cruised up the street in the direction of where we needed to get our tickets from, keeping an eye out for somewhere to get some lunch along the way. We looked for the first place that seemed to have a few locals eating there and headed in. They had a variety of unusual looking dishes displayed in the bay maree and there was quite a few Italian people huddled around. The wait staff kept trying to hand us the 'tourist menu' that listed fast food options ...
... with two literature carts back-to-back, with the posters for the magazines and a range of books in a variety of languages. We had only a minute to exchange warm greetings and then had to leave them – both us and them with wide beaming smiles.
Our day was broken fairly evenly into two parts. The first, in the morning was spent at Pompeii. Our guide lives in Pompeii and seems to have a real appreciation for the history of the site. As we followed him around he ...
We stayed one night in Naples and we didn't think it was that great. We walked around for two hours trying to find a restaurant believe it or not! That may be because our hotel was near the train station and not by the central port area. We were just exhausted and wanted to sit down for a nice relaxing meal. Finally we found a cozy little family owned trattoria. We enjoyed a bottle of Valpolicella, homemade mozzarella, gnocchi, risotto, and classic custarda di ...
... the like but come to a big gate.
Simon got in the line for the tickets. I got in the line for the Bancomat (ATM), as we needed some cash!!
Simon got the tickets and we headed on in. We never got a map or information guide. Woops! But there was a map on a sign that we just got photos of so we knew where to go and what we had seen or not seen and what things were.
We headed over through the gate. It was so... surreal. Walking into an ancient city. ...
... his disgust.
Saturday 11th May
Up later today & off for a walk after breakfast to lookup train times to Rome. From there
we wandered along various streets & alleys & found several churches & then the cathedral which was large & quite interesting although not as much as its museum in another church.
This was full of paintings grouped by topic rather than period & gave some very ...