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... exploring it all on my own—and I came across it completely by accident. And on top of that, here you get a nice view of Castellamare, Torre Anunciate and—of course, Vesuvius.
It’s a special discovery: an ancient Roman farm with its beautiful symmetrical buildings and courtyards… and right on top of it, a modern farm, with its buildings looking quite sloppy in contrast. ...
... area. What was amazing was the buildings, road construction and communal living was so far advanced for the time and was such a long time ago.
We also saw 2 examples of people who were killed under the ash and how they were preserved. We had some glimpses of Mt Vesus but mostly under cloud but was impressive anyway. As we were leaving the site the rain stopped. We got back into our cars and ...
... we knew it we were moving pretty fast across the Bay of Naples; travel time was 50 minutes.
Capri is one island with two cities, Capri and Anacapri, you can get between the two cities by bus which are very small in order to navigate the narrow and winding streets. When you arrive at the port of Carpri I recommend you book your return ferry because the afternoon departures do fill up. There are two parts of Capri, ...
... places in Italy. My goal is to at least visit Venice and Cinque Terre within Italy before I leave for the semester. Cinque Terre is on the Italian Riviera and is made up of five little towns that sit on the Mediterranean. You can purchase a park pass and hike between the towns.
On Sunday, I slept in late again. I sadly I did not have the energy to make it to the Vatican for free admission. Although, on the flip side, I did catch up on ...
... olive and citrus trees among the rolling hills. We caught a quick cat nap and before we knew it we were in Naples. I was glad to see the familiar faces of Rob and Buck. We made our way through the station and caught the Circumvesuviana Train to Castellammare di Stabia. As we travelled on, Buck and Rob educated us on what we were seeing from the train. The Circumvesuviana Train travels between Naples Stazione Centrale and Sorrento's station, stopping ...