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... in 79 AC. We toured through some of the ruins that were not buried. That was my first experience with ancient ruins which was really interesting. We got to see where the ancient romans lived, where they had their shops, and we even got to see one of the brothels. Before the eruption, there were 35 brothels in Pompeii. It was definitely an experience walking through the brothel.
There are also three mummy-type structures on the sight of ...
... went Kerry tried on this beautiful leather shawl she looked gorgeous. Leather here is outstanding. Alas she walked out without buying it. But the again we're here for another day so you never know. We walked down the main street and sat at a cafe and had a cappuccino and lemon cannoli !! Toni and I walked back to the hotel while Kerry and Ian continued their shopping browsing!! We met on the terrace again had some wine and talked and laughed about our day!! ...
... 1000 steps into the large town of Positano. From there, the SITA bus delivered us to the doorstep of our hotel, tired but feeling fortunate to have had such a wonderful and beautiful walk!
Thursday held another adventure as we met a hired driver, Enrico, at our hotel. He drove us for 1 1/2 hours into the heart of Naples, where we had an appointment to have some papers notarized at the American consulate. We were so fortunate that ...
What a great day and so nice to be ...
... a cab to Tiburtina bus station. It’s a bit like central station in Sydney – busy, noisy and everyone seemed to know where they were going, except us. What a cross section of people – well-dressed businessmen, fellow travellers, families, teenagers and begging gypsies.
We asked at the ticket window and were directed to one area. Unsure we were in the right place, we asked an Italian lady, who directed us to the ...