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... view of Roman homes, temples and public spaces.
We toured with the help of a guidebook and an audioguide. As it is a very popular site, and still an archaeological work in progress, we found some of the best-preserved buildings to be either crowded with tour groups, or closed for further excavation. We ended up spending quite a bit of time in the residential part of the site wandering the narrow streets and imagining the ruins as an active community. We ...
... where the gladiators in training were kept and prepared for the games. Pompeii was home to the largest training center for gladiators in the whole Roman Empire at the time and he showed us how they would have kept 2 or 3 prisoners together in a tiny cell, only allowing them to come out for training to prepare for the games. After several weeks, just enough time to break their spirits and teach them some basic technique, they would be sent down the road to the ...
... a little ristorante down a little alley, market shops were still open, we had a great night, food, service & company was excellent. The boys ordered beers, my god 1 litre jugs they were, Chris bet Jackie that she couldn't drink one, she did, Chris paid for it, the result one sick Jacki yesterday. We were told of the local liqueur Limoncello, made from local lemons, 32% alcohol, on our way home we bought a bottle from the one of the sidewalk stores along with 9 paper cups ...
... vs Italian! There is one universal tradition of the season shared by all- sharing the holiday with friends and family. I miss my family and friends most during this season of love and light but very much appreciate the warmth of the Neopolitan people and their sharing, caring ways. They so love to explain and add to my basket of new adventures! From our home in Napoli to yours, wherever you may be, Merry Christmas to all and to all a safe and Happy New ...
... streets and views. I made the mistake of suggesting we walk to the Blue Grotto...should have taken a bus...anyway we gave up after asking someone and finding it was another kilometre,..retraced out steps up hill and collapsed at the first bar for a cafe and toilet stop. We actually got really hot and stripped off most of our coats and jackets. Back down to Capri on the bus, then to the Porto and back on the ferry in the cooler night air with ...