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... on loan to a different museum until next year :( our next stop was to the underground tour! the leaders were very adement that you could only buy your ticket when the tour started at 4, no earlier. when we finally got our ticket and walked down the first flight of stairs to the waitng room we were veri\y confused. we ent into this blacklit room with stripes of orange glowing onn the walls, as well as creepy statues dressed in radiation suits. it waas at this ...
... Roma! Police, everywhere and actively doing their jobs was comforting to see.
But........Napoli.........there is an awful lot of trash to sort through before you find the treasure.
We wandered (when we finally found it, the signs here are good too!) Spaccanapoli, an experience of the older area complete with old woman standing on her stable type door checking out the street. Fish mongers, butchers, grocers, they were all there. Then onto a little street known as ...
This morning (after a restless sleep BUT good hair night) J and I parted ways and I took the ferry to the tiny island of Procida while she went to the Museum Capodimonte to seek out another Caravaggio. I was museum'd out! So while I walked along the Mediterranean beaches, among pastel colors and blue skies, J saw the "Flagellation of Christ" by , ta da....Caravaggio. (her exact words)
Procida is only 4.14 sq km (2.4 sq ...
... to have invented espresso coffee.
Napoli is the gateway to Capri, Vesuvius and Pompeii, the Amalfi Coast including Positano. There are plenty of gateways to choose from. We have been to some and unlikely to visit others. We have decided to choose a particular gateway today; the gateway to Herculaneum. Not so much of a gateway, more like a hole in a fence!!
Ercolano as it was known in Latin, along with Pompeii was buried by molten Lava, mud ...
... I really enjoyed. Then we headed into Pompeii but it was raining. :( so I just had to cover my camera and try to get some pictures. It was really cool to think that people 2000 years ago walked these same exact streets. So cool! After Pompeii we went into this jewelry shop where they carves jewelry out of sea shells like cameos. I wanted to get something but all the white gold ...