Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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... serious judges and even more serious (and nervous) competitors. Some serious silverware on the trophy table as well. Hopefully we will find out who won. 4 September Decide against going down to Pompeii. Jo and I would really have liked to have had a look but neither of us could cope with fighting the kids around the ruins in the sun. Went to the Napoli Museum instead. They have a pretty good Pompeii exhibition and it seemed a workable compromise. The standout of ...
... to perform the following day was rehearsing, and we got to spend an extra 10 minutes watching the rehearsal!
As well as sightseeing in Naples city itself, I decided to pop on a train to visit other areas including Pompei and Mount Vesuvius. Pompei, an ancient Roman town, was buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79. The city was rediscovered 1500 years later and further discoveries are still being made. I enjoyed walking around and learning ...
... and chocolate and the only English speaking show we can find , "Glee"! Ahh, Italian wine, Italian chocolate, and "Glee", all enjoyed from a beautiful room overlooking the Bay of Naples. Finally headed into town around 3:00. No rain just breezy. Stopped for cappuccino and hot chocolate. Kathy's hot chocolate was thick but not very sweet, it reminded me of the hot chocolate they made on the ...
... but a lot pricier. We had an awesome lunch here with lots of wine and limoncello shots after the meal. Our table overlooked the Mediterranean. We drove further down the hill and had about 30 minutes to wander the town and shop. After that, we headed towards Pompeii. It was very hot there, but very interesting to see this once thriving city that was wiped out by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. Sydney was particularly interested in the casts of the human bodies. It ...
... it then goes other direction back to our starting point and continues one more stop and goes back the other way. Does it again so we get off and walk home. All for the best, who knew we should have gotten off, made a platform change (same train line), ride one more stop and transfer to the other line.
Try to go to Da Michele, the so called World's Best Pizza, as stated by Oprah and Julia Roberts. But it had a huge line and was too busy, hope to try again ...