Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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... the Veiled Christ (Giuseppe Sanmartino, 1753), which is renowned the world over for the tissue like quality of the marble work on the veil. It was a truly impressive sculpture with some amazing detail, but equally impressive were the other works and the painted ceiling giving a 3D effect. Unfortunately no pictures were allowed.
Next stop for lunch and when in Naples, it had to be a pizza. A lovely thin base with plenty of topping did the trick.
... had a lemonade at the pizza place filmed in Eat, Pray, Love before catching the bus to Pompeii. The afternoon was without incident. Air conditioned bus. Much walking in the heat around the ruins of this once huge Roman city with great views of the offending Mount Vesuvius in the background. The displayed casts of the people and animals captured in their death throws as the lava poured over them were macabre but very moving. Surprise downpour ...
So it is currently 12.17pm and all I have done today is get up, shower, eat breakfast, book accommodation and sit in the common room on my phone haha. I know I should want to go explore Naples but it doesn't really appeal to me, especially doing it on my own. So I might get the hostel to order me in food and chill here until 3 then I'll go to the airport. I dunno. So I am now sitting in the airport about to leave for Gatwick. My plans for today changed a bit, I felt ...
... we went to Wurzburg, Germany for a wine and beer festival. Anyplace where I can where my dirndl is going to be great! We went to visit a friend who lives in Wurzburg. I didn’t have high expectations, but the city was very neat and it was really nice to have a local show us around and take us to the local German restaurants. I’ve also been very lucky to have a few different groups of friends and family come visit. Even though I have to answer ...
... on the large natural Bay or Gulf of Naples. The peninsula's arms seemingly reach out to embrace the facing Tyrrhensian Sea; Herculaneum and Pompeii are other Greek colonies on the Bay/Gulf morphed into Roman towns. Unlike her Greek neighbors, Neapolis escaped significant destruction from the 79 A.D. explosive eruption of Vesuvius, about 100,000 times more thermically energetic than the Hiroshima atomic bomb, ...