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... it out, and their bodies were essentially encased in all of the ash. Since then, excavators have filled them with plaster to preserve what looks like human bodies. There was one in particular that resembled a young boy. It was incredible but sad to see these remains.
After Naples and Pompeii, we took the bus to Sorrento where we had a chance to explore a jewelry/furniture store. Lunch wasn't until 2:30 PM, and were hungry around 11, so we bought our first food from ...
... we went to Pompei. It took FOREVER to get there, about 5 hours. We waited for a bus for 3 hours, but they never came. I was under the impression that Vesuvius had exploded again. We finally got on a bus that transferred us to a metro that took us to Pompei, then we had to walk few kilometers to the ancient part. Pompei was very beautiful, it really is incredibly preserved, and is an entire ancient city. It was massive. We got lost walking around in it. Also it was ...
... said it wasn’t a walk in the part but to be fair, Mount Vesuvius is a national park, so technical it would have been a walk in a park.
The moment we stepped off the bus it quickly started to downpour rain and loud claps of thunder and lightening hit, louder than I had ever heard them. I suppose we were standing on the top of a mountain and the storm was really close so of course it would be loud.
As soon as we got to ...
... the excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum. I have to say we were very impressed with some of the marble statues on display. Even better than the statues were the mosaics, some were from wall displays and others from floor displays. They claim the Alexander Mosaic, dating from circa 100 BC is made up of more than 1 million pieces. It depicts the battle between the armies of Alexander the Great and Darius III of Persia.
... way, huge mountains and picturesque beaches (crammed with people!).
Before going to the ruins we spent some time walking around the modern Pompeii, went into the church and walked through the local market.
Pompeii was an extrordinary place to visit. This may sound stupid, but I was so surprised at how much it is like a real modern-day town, shops and businesses are clearly defined with ...