Hotel De la Ville
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... which was nice. I spoke to a Chinese man for a bit, who was very nice, he said his Chinese company had bought an Italian company out, so he had to work in Milan now. After we got back to Napoli, we went and ate a Sorbillo which was a very famous Pizzeria in Napoli for a reason I dont know. We had to stand in a "line" for an hour, which was actually just a mass of angry shouting Italians. I had never felt so crowded in my life, not even in a concert. The pizza was very ...
The only reason we had come to Naples was to go to Pompeii and explore it. Today was good because I got to have a long sleep in and get up in my own time. When I did eventually get up we went up to the breakfast room in our hotel to eat. It was a buffet but not as exciting as the one on the cruise but I was expecting that. After breakfast I went back to our room and mum went with Debbie to go find and book a tour of sorts to Pompeii. It was a ...
... and are now on our way to Florence! I'm feeling pretty lucky these days, I am enjoying everyday to its fullest, no matter what that day brings. No matter where I am, I know that I have wonderful people surrounding me, and endless opportunities to make connections and experience new things! I can't wait to continue this journey, and keep you all updated! Have a wonderful day wherever you may be in the world and I will keep you posted on our whirlwind adventure through ...
... is pretty ugly and half finished. We re-boarded our boat and cruised back to Salerno and off to Pompeii where we enjoyed visiting a cameo factory (did you know cameos are made from shells?) and a fantastic lunch (included) serenaded by a very talented guitarist who got us all singing the famous Italian songs of old - volare!!! Wonderful!! Then off to explore the ruins. I think we all know the history of Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius. It was surreal walking around 2000 year old ruins which ...
... curbs were so steep. The little details you learn about the way of life here is fascinating. Some of the houses/rooms were so small I couldn't even picture what you could fit in it...barely even a chair! E amphitheatre was incredible as well. Such a big building. Once we finished in Pompeii we decided to go up mount Vesuvius today. We took a bus which took us half way and from there you had to take ...