Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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... the 90 minute ride to the island. Since it was a much faster ferry there were no outside seats and instead the seats inside resembled that of an airplane or bus! After getting back to Naples, we hurried back to get our bags before catching the metro to the train station! When we got there our hostel host has made lunch for everyone, but we couldn't stay because we had to catch our train back. He was very sad ...
... I awoke feeling much more refreshed and started the day early, and jumped on a train to visit Pompeii. Its 11€ and I didn't quite realise just how big it is.... Though being famous for being a well preserved CITY, I should have guessed!
It was a city destroyed by an earthquake, and was in the midst of a re-vamp and rebuild, but then Vesuvius had a massive eruption in 79AD covering everything with a thick layer of ash and preserving everything in its path till it ...
... off to the sea, they mean it! Our guide, Sebastian gave us some historical background and points of interest as we made our way along the coast. We saw the homes of Sofia Lauren, Roger Moore and Federico Fellini. Bill Gates wanted to buy a fishing village that is situated along the Amalfi coast and turn it into a resort but he was REJECTED. I guess that’s a good thing. Once Jackie Kennedy came for a holiday, the Amalfi coast became THE PLACE for THE ...
... just imagine the ancient Pompeians enjoying some pizza with a wine together at their local. How neat.
We eventually made it around to the outskirts, where you could literally walk around Pompeii. In some spots you could get slight views over Pompeii - it was spectacular! For the most part, it felt like a relaxing walk through the countryside! There were vineyards and farming on our left, and ruins on our right. But you couldn't see over the wall to the ruins ...
... intensive horticulture surprised us as there were miles of plastic greenhouses on either side of the line. We arrived in Naples at 5pm & found our way to the hotel which is quite close to the station, is clean & neat but only takes cash, no cards. We decided to stay until Tuesday when we are
off to Rome went looking for an ATM to get cash. Dick’s card got rejected 3 times before it
said out of funds so he used the Aus one, ...