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... was in 1944.
'It's not a question of "if" it will erupt again,' he said, 'it's a question of "when"'.
We rode the mini van back down the mountain and headed for the train station ready to check out the day's big ticket item, Pompeii. This sight was totally amazing! It was so big - 66 ha (of which only 50ha have been excavated) - and exceptionally preserved. It blew Ercolano out of the water. We were pretty tired by this time but we pushed on to explore as much ...
... a real joy as we have wandered about as our fancy takes us, stopping for a 'bite to eat,’ an ice cream, a drink or coffee.
We boarded our coach around 3:30 for an hour’s drive back to Naples and our ship. As we alighted from the coach there we saw the literature stand again, but this time with a different set of brothers. Again we were delighted to catch up with our spiritual brothers and sisters. We returned to our ship, reflecting on another very nice day together. ...
... enough. The Piazza del Plebiscito hides the Palace Reale of Naples, situated close to the port and some other areas including the San Carlo theatre and a galleria similar to that in Milan. Our information guide says to bypass this and shows us a walking route for Naples. My travelling partners won’t give me the map but start following the directions given as they don’t trust me anymore. They don’t like to traverse the unexpected small sections of the cities ...
... the 28 columns that once stood before it - but the Tribunal that stood at the back of the Basilica can still be made out. The platform where the judges would have sat in order to separate them from the people is still visibly detectable. It was a marvellous ruin to bare witness to.
The end of the basilica leads into the Forum of Pompeii. This would have been the centre and the heart of the ancient community of Pompeii. The many functions and elements of ...
... on & found a completely different part of the museum from Dick. Luckily for us entry is free for EU citizens over 65 so it was well worth the entry price to both of us.
Before dinner we bought train tickets to Rome for Tuesday
morning & then had dinner.
All in all a much better day full of surprises.
Sunday 12th May
Rose reasonably early had breakfast & set off to catch a train for Huculaneum. ...