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Salerno is at the end of the Amalfi Coast, and right now, is not a tourist town, at least for Americans. I'm writing this on Sunday night, and so far we have seen one, maybe two other Americans (or perhaps Canadians) since we got here on Friday. Salerno is mostly a working class city, with tourists coming largely from other parts of Italy. We've seen a couple of German school trips, and one small tour group from Japan, but that's ...
... lovely but at 50,00 to 75,00 Euros ($75.00 to $100.00) a pair, they were a bit out of my price range. It would appear that cotton eyelet fabric is very popular here as almost every shop had a wide range of clothing made out of that style of fabric. These weren't cheap either. A simple scarf would cost 20,00 Euros and that was on the sales rack! There were also some shops with some very gorgeous hand painted tiles of all sizes. If anyone is looking for one of ...
... the pope leading it. At Santa Maria Maggiore, a few adoration prayers were said and then the evening was over.
Friday morning, we only had one class until 10 am. We were then released for our "three day," which is a weekend where campus is closed and you are "forced" to go explore something new. Some people simply stayed in a hostel in Rome, while others went to places like London or Berlin. I went with three other friends to a little town on ...
... I couldn’t help but wonder… who lived there so long ago? What were their lives like? What possessions did they keep? How did they spend their days?
I came back down and realized my feet were filthy. I hopped some rocks down the river to wash, but quickly saw that it was swampy, moved slowly, and stank. With my few cuts, I had rather avoid infection, so I went back into town and washed enough to hide it in a public restroom. ...
... to the temperature of steaming hot coffee. You have to jump out of the shower before you get burned. After another miserable shower, we got an early start to the day, with a 2hr train ride south to Naples, and then to Pompeii for the morning. After that we'll head to the beachhead at Salerno.
Pompeii - It was a really neat place. Most Americans know the story that Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, encapsulating the city in volcanic ash. The amazing thing ...