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This morning we walked into Pompei township, there were some very impressive buildings from a few centuries ago just off the main square. A lovely looking church which had a private function! And one other that was fenced in all around and had trees so we couldn't get a photo. After a long hot walk it was nearly lunchtime so we grabbed a salad from the Carrefour and headed back home for lunch and cup of ...
... would be our car. Thankfully yes. At the ticket office a sign said closed 1 May and 25 Dec. thankfully again it was open and well worth the effort to go and see. It is hard to imagine the ash and lava so deep and the devastation caused that has taken so long to uncover. We walked through self guided but got the general idea. It is a very large area and proves that in the end Mother Nature will still have the upper hand. After 3 hours we were on our ...
... There is a large arena in Pompeii similar to the colosseum, but on a smaller scale. Mike said it was t there when he was in Pompeii years ago. At the desk to get tickets it indicated that they are still excavating areas in Pompeii so it could be a new item they've recently uncovered. It was pretty neat that it was there, abut after seeing the colosseum it wasn't as impressive. We got to see the villa which was very well preserved. There were paintings all ...
... was a “one time
only pop-up shop” thing that happened in Sydney for a month.
We also saw a car nearly hit a woman jogging. The traffic here is insane- even if you have the green man to cross the road at traffic lights, there's still a change of being hit by a speeding car running a red light. If there are road rules in Rome, we don't think anyone follows them.
And now we have to bid arrivederci to Italy and Bonjour to Nice!
After leaving Positano, we bused back to Sorrento & picked up our rental car. Of course we didn't realise what bus stop to get off at so got off way too late & had to walk back quite a bit with our suitcases clicketty clack along the road to the rental car pick up. Picked up the car along with the GPS (which we ended up calling the '*****' cos she kept timing out with the internal battery & switching ...